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12/30/14 University of Michigan Interim Athletic Director Jim Hackett announced Tuesday (Dec. 30) that former Wolverine quarterback and San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has been hired as the 20th coach in football history.

Michigan claws out 24 points in the second quarter to get the upset on #22 BYU.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan claws out 24 points in the second quarter to get the upset on #22 BYU.

BYU came into the game wanting to stay strong on defense and open up the passing game after suffering a 24-23 lost to UCLA.

Michigan’s 1st drive only netted 3 yards before punting it off. BYU started the drive with 2 strong runs by Adam Hine to set up a very doable 3 and 2 yards. Tanner Mangum kept the drive going with a 9 yard run. The next 3 plays were incomplete passes. The next drive, the Wolverines were very solid on offense using a 31 yard run by De’Veon Smith and 3rd down conversions completed by Jake Rudock to set up 1st and goal on the 1. Jake Rudock capped the drive off with a TD run.
The 2nd Quarter is where it got ugly for the Cougars. The Wolverines scored on every process which resulted in a 31-0 halftime score. The 1st score was when Jake Rudock connected with Amara Darboh for 4 yards to finish the 90 yard drive. The 2nd score was when De’Veon Smith’s 60 yards magic trick was almost stopped by Michael Davis. “I thought I was down but when I got in the second level I was not going to let them bring me down, stated Mr. Smith”

The 3rd Touch down came when Jehu Chesson made a key block and Jake Rudock glides in untouched to for 17 yards. “When the defense gives you a running lane, take it!,” stated Jake Rudock. Kenny Allen added 3 points with a 40 yard field goal.
The 2nd half was not as exciting as neither team scored. Michigan ended the game up 31-0 and perfect at home. Up next for the Wolverines is traveling to face the Maryland Terrapins. BYU will host the Connecticut Huskies.

12/30/14 University of Michigan Interim Athletic Director Jim Hackett announced Tuesday (Dec. 30) that former Wolverine quarterback and San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has been hired as the 20th coach in football history.
“It was great to be a part of the shutout.,”stated head coach Jim Harbaugh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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