Michigan's first ever night game in the Big House did not disappoint. The Maize and Blue reeled off 28 fourth-quarter points to defeat the Fighting Irish for the third straight year, a feat that hasn't been accomplished since 1908.
It looked like all hope was lost for the Wolverines going into the fourth quarter, with the score 24-7 Notre Dame. But when you have a quarterback like Denard Robinson, never count yourself out of the game until the clock hits 0:00.
As exciting and unbelievably fantastic as this game was for Michigan fans, there are countless facets of their game that the Wolverines must fix in order to have a successful season under first year head coach Brady Hoke.
Since I would prefer not to spend the next eight hours on Bleacher Report listing all of Michigan's woes, I am just going to list the five key components of the game that Denard Robinson, and the entire Michigan Wolverines Football team, need to work on.