The Michigan Wolverines bounced back from their first loss of the season with a convincing 29-7 victory over the Indiana Hoosiers. Hassan Haskins ran wild on the Hoosier defense and a pair of touchdowns from Luke Schoonmaker propelled the Wolverines to the win. Let’s take a look at what the twitter world had to say about the game.
Cade McNamara connected with Cornelius Johnson for a 50-yard bomb in the second half
A deep completion from Cade McNamara? In this offensive economy?— Nolan Bianchi (@nolanbianchi) November 7, 2021
Hassan Haskins was explosive all night. Here’s a highlight from his biggest gain of the night, a 62 yard burst that set the Wolverines up in the red zone. Haskins finished the night with 168 yards and 1 touchdown on 27 carries.
Michigan’s two headed monster at running back took a hit tonight with Blake Corum going down with an injury after just one rushing attempt.
#Michigan RB Blake Corum is hopping off the field with an injury after that carry. His right foot is the problem. Signaled to come out of the game right away.— Michael Cohen (@Michael_Cohen13) November 7, 2021
Luke Schoonmaker had a breakout game for the Wolverines. His second touchdown of the night put the Wolverines up 29-7 and put things out of reach.
Watch Hassan Haskins hurdle a defender in one of his many highlight reel plays of the night. His hurdles are becoming a weekly occurrence.
David Ojabo and Aidan Hutchinson continue to dominate on the defensive line and be a nightmare for opposing quarterbacks. The two combined for a big strip sack in the first half that led to a Michigan touchdown.
David Ojabo is going to the draft after this year right? He’s been crazy good this year opposite Hutchinson— ᗩᑎT ᗯᖇIGᕼT (@itsAntWright) November 7, 2021
Chris Hinton was big on the strip sack as well, coming up with the recovery the set up the prime field position for the Wolverines.
IU QB Donaven McCulley sacked by Aidan Hutchinson. He fumbles and Christopher Hinton falls on it. Michigan takes over at the 24.— Aaron McMann (@AaronMcMann) November 7, 2021