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WATCH: Offense Film Analysis vs. Northern Illinois

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Breaking down Michigan’s phenomenal offensive performance against the Huskies

The Michigan Wolverines could do very little wrong offensively against the Huskies of Northern Illinois. I’m not sure if they track these things in the record books, but scoring touchdowns on each of your first 9 offensive possessions seems like a record. Whether it was the thunder & lightning duo Blake Corum (3 TDs) and Hassan Haskins (2 TDs), the true freshman Donovan Edwards (2 TDs), or a sneak from quarterback Cade McNamara (1 TD), the entire team feasted for a total of 373 yards on the ground.

Unlike an inefficient passing outing last week, the Wolverines found a better balance this time around, amassing 233 yards through the air at 13.7 yards per pass. Though there were a few missed deep shots, Cade McNamara connected with Cornelius Johnson towards the end of the second half for a long touchdown strike. While JJ McCarthy wasn’t asked to do much, he looked confident in back-up duties and took care of the ball.

So, what will this analysis video be looking at? Although I like to take a look at some of the negatives sometimes to diagnose those, this video is all about the positives. Enjoy the destruction and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.