Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said there is talent throughout the league, and most teams can win on any weekend. More specifically, it’s De’Veon Smith.
“Anytime we can get the ball back to our offense, we know they’ll do something with it”, Morgan said. “We’ve got that opportunity”. Now the betting odds for the game have the Wolverines favored to pick up the win on the road.
Under former coach Brady Hoke, Michigan trudged to a putrid 6-12 record on the road, never posting a single-season winning percentage better than.500. Maryland picked itself up after the loss to BGSU, beating USF 35-17.
The Wolverines consistently dropped games to programs-whether right or wrong-that were classically deemed inferior.
“The Minnesota at Northwestern game will remain in the noon ET window”.
Maryland and Michigan combined for four turnovers, as the No. 22 Wolverines and the Terrapins head to the second quarter in a scoreless game today at Byrd Stadium. Though Hurricane Joaquin will still be hundreds of miles south at gametime, substantial wind and even rain could play into Michigan’s hands with the desire to run the ball. The Terps had other ideas.
Maryland is a rather hard team to gauge from game to game. This is the type of team a Michigan-that’s-back should destroy.
The Terrapins went to the Big House last November and came away with a 23-16 victory.
“Our foremost priority is the safety and well-being of both teams, fans attending the game and staff”, Anderson said in a statement. The issues at center are disturbing though, and QB Caleb Rowe threw four of his FBS-high nine INTs last week in a 45-6 loss to Virginia. It will be televised on the Big Ten Network. And now this latest indignity: an MSU opponent incapable of covering the point spread. Detroit News’ Angelique Chengelis dropped a few interesting tidbits of information as well. A lot has changed since Week 1, including an offensive line that has gotten better each week at protecting Jake Rudock and opening running lanes for any of Michigan’s array of running backs. Last week against Bowling Green, David Blough, a Purdue freshman, completed 68.1% of his passes (32 of 47) for 351 yards and two touchdowns.