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Postgame reaction: Michigan runs through Washington in dominant 31-10 victory

Michigan found the thing it does well offensively and did it until Washington could stop it. Which, they couldn’t.

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The Michigan Wolverines moved to 2-0 on the 2021 season with a 31-10 drubbing of the Washington Huskies on Saturday night in Ann Arbor. The Washington Huskies came to town desperate after a loss to FCS Montana in Week 1, but the Michigan rushing attack and defense made sure they sent them back to Seattle with their tail between their legs. Anthony Broome runs through the victory and the things most people are discussing coming out of the victory.

The game was not without its share of concerns, as fans are worried about the offensive playcalling and lack of a passing threat. However, it is hard to argue with another week of surpassing 300-plus yards on the ground. Hassan Haskins and Blake Corum look like future pros and comprise the current identity of this football team. Also, good luck blocking Aidan Hutchinson this season.

We run through the positives, negatives, your three-word takeaways and more.

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