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Khaleke Hudson talks about his monster performance, Michigan’s Big Ten Championship hopes

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Michigan v Rutgers Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Linebacker Khaleke Hudson had a game for the ages, making impressive play after impressive play. The man was on fire. With 13 tackles (11 of which were solo), 6.5 tackles for loss, and two sacks, and a forced fumble. Hudson was a non-stop highlight reel.

When speaking about his performance, Hudson remained humble:

“The whole work you put in as a team shows. I just didn’t do this by myself, my teammates helped me in every way. Working hard in practice, preparing for different games like this, and to have performances like this.” Hudson said. Even with such a a great day, Hudson felt he can improve his play. “There’s some thing I messed up on. I feel like I can always be better.”

Being better is something that’s unfolding for Michigan. With losses from Ohio State and Penn State, Michigan is still very much alive in the race for Big Ten East champion. Hudson knows what the Wolverines have to do, win out. “Just keep winning, keep doing what we’re doing, win out, keep doing what we have to do and hopefully things fall our way.”