3 upQB John O’Korn: O’Korn put together his best stretch of football since he’s been at Michigan on Saturday and may have pushed himself into the starting role for the first time as well.

DE Chase Winovich: Michigan’s weak-side defensive end now leads the Big Ten with six sacks and is tied for No. 2 nationally after four games.

Michigan’s defensive coordinator once again has the nation’s No. 1-ranked defense in terms of total yards allowed.

Michigan’s wide receivers are really struggling to get open in man coverage down the field.

Credit Michigan for adjusting and credit O’Korn for making things work throughout the second half.

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We’ll see if that continues in two weeks against Michigan State.

Michigan’s running game really struggled to produce anything consistent and the final stats were bolstered by a 49-yard touchdown by Chris Evans late in the fourth quarter.