I have to be honest, and I’ve been so busy with finishing up the season preview and a bunch of other stuff that I haven’t had time to do a good preview. And tonight while I’m finishing this up, I’m deciding to watch the presidential debate instead of trying to watch a bunch of Minnesota stuff.
HOW TO WATCH
Saturday, October 24th, 2020: 7:30 p.m. EST on ABC
- Minnesota players offered by Michigan: OL Curtis Dunlap Jr., OL Daniel Faalele, DB Benny Sapp III, DB Benjamin St-Juste
- Minnesota players from the State of Michigan include: LB Trenton Guthrie (Northville), DL Ali Saad (Dearborn), TE Bryce Witham (Grand Rapids West Catholic)
- Minnesota DB Benjamin St-Juste signed with Michigan out of high school before transferring to Minnesota
- Minnesota DB Benny Sapp III is the son of former NFL DB Benny Sapp II, who played with the Chiefs, Vikings, and Dolphins
Hit the jump for more.
LAST TIME THEY PLAYED . . .
- Michigan beat Minnesota by a score of 33-10 on November 4, 2017
- RB Karan Higdon ran 16 times for 200 yards and 2 touchdowns
- RB Chris Evans ran 13 time for 191 yards and 2 touchdowns
- QB Brandon Peters started and completed 8/13 passes for 56 yards and 1 touchdown
- Michigan leads the all-time Little Brown Jug series, 75-25-3
- The book on Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman is that he struggles with physical, press coverage. And that happens to be what Michigan does a lot. Bateman is best when he gets a free release, so Michigan CB Vincent Gray – and others – need to push him around to get him off his game.
- Michigan’s offensive line comes together quicker than Minnesota’s.
- Joe Milton shows some happy feet and throws an interception.
- Michigan 24, Minnesota 20
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