Michigan Football won its opening game of the season on Saturday when they took down the Florida Gators by a score of 33-17 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
It was a wild game, but the Wolverines found a way to calm themselves down and put on a dominant performance aside from a few major mistakes along the way.
Here are our game balls from the victory:
Special Teams - Quinn Nordin
In his first game at Michigan, he becomes the first kicker in program history with two 50-yard field goals. He missed two others that could have made the margin of victory even larger, but displayed an impressive leg in the contest.
Offense - Ty Isaac
The guy with several big third down plays gets the ball for offense. He had 11 carries for 114 yards. He was a huge part in the team rushing for 215 yards on the afternoon against a good Florida defense.
Ty Isaac's runs on 4th down during the first drive of the second half. pic.twitter.com/TzP59OpoYz— David Noe (@DavidRNoe) September 3, 2017
Defense - Devin Bush Jr.
The second play of the game was close to being a targeting call on Devin with a helmet shot, but was instead called late-hit penalty. He went on to have five solo tackles, two assists, and two sacks to lead the team.
Honorable Mention: Chase Winovich
This game ended on a Michigan touchdown by a sack by Chase Winnovich. His last play of the game was the best of the game.
It was that kind of second half for the Gators ...— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) September 2, 2017
Michigan 33, Florida 17 pic.twitter.com/5U7X0GCHTM
While it was not exactly what was expected overall, a win is a win and the dominance over the Gators continues.