In the first quarter against Northwestern, Michigan's official football Twitter account sent out this message:
It's only gotten worse from there.
The streak of unanswered points? It's now at 87 points, after a sick Jourdan Lewis pick-six in the second frame.
The defensive dominance? It's getting ridiculous.
We have now allowed zero points in the past 10 quarters. #GoBlue— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) October 10, 2015
Of course, 10 straight scoreless quarters is actually underselling Michigan's defense: The Wolverines have given up just one touchdown over their last 17 quarters, with only a touchdown allowed to UNLV in garbage time preventing them from going more than four full games without allowing a point.
And the way Michigan's throttling the Wildcats is a first for this decade:
The last time we had an Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams touchdown in the same game was in 2003 against Indiana. #GoBlue— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) October 10, 2015
Basically, Michigan is awesome right now. Let's hope this keeps up.