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OVERALL GAME GRADE: B+
There's always room for improvement, but Michigan's coaching staff can be ecstatic with their offensive performance Saturday.
Against one of the better Big Ten defenses, the Wolverines were able to hang up 44 points mainly on the ground and could've easily scored more, but opted for field goals because of their big lead.
One place where Michigan must improve is the running back position. Toussaint had just 19 yards on 17 carries.
Q4 - A-
Despite the game already being decided, their offense was still able to run their offense with ease and score some easy points to help seal the deal.
Q3 - C+
Michigan would've loved to have come out and run the ball with authority in this second half, but they aren't getting much contribution from Toussaint. They're one big play away from going scoreless in the third quarter.
With that said, they're still cruising to an early win based on the work they did in the first half.
Q2 - A
The Wolverines offense got off to a slow start, but they exploded in the second quarter with big plays.
Another one-yard touchdown run by Toussaint put the Maze and Blue up two scores, and a Robinson touchdown pass was complimented by a pick-six on defense.
Michigan's offense won't need to do much more for them to escape Purdue with a conference win.
Q1 - B
Michigan's offense had trouble getting going early in the run game, but some big plays by Robinson and solid short-yardage gains by Fitzgerald Toussaint have gotten them out in front early.
The option is working well and helping notch first downs, and Toussaint scampered into the endzone for a one-yard score to put the Wolverines up 7-0.