The Michigan Wolverines have been struggling on offense all season. Most of that trouble stems from poor pass blocking on the offensive line. However, we saw some evidence this past Saturday that Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff have been working with players to get some improvement in the blocking department. Check out this hilarious video below where a Rutgers defensive back wants absolutely no part of Michael Onwenu during a running play.
This Rutgers player just fell down instead of getting crushed by Mike Onwenu: pic.twitter.com/hu0Tv0SwNz
— Alejandro Zúñiga (@ByAZuniga) October 28, 2017
As much as Peters has excited the offense, Onwenu has been really stepping up his play. Looks All-BIG right now
— Michael Lapanowski (@MGoBlue1988) October 28, 2017
Jim Harbaugh plans on “moving ahead” with Brandon Peters as Michigan’s starting QB
Brandon Peters made a big splash when he came into the Michigan game versus Rutgers in the second quarter. Peters did play sparingly near the end of the Purdue game earlier this season, completing his only pass for one yard, but this was his first time coming into a game that wasn’t already decided. What Peters did with this opportunity was lead three consecutive touchdown drives, and guided the Wolverines to a 35-14 victory.
The decision to lift starter John O’Korn in favor Peters was not a spur of the moment thing, according to head coach Jim Harbaugh. Check out these quotes from him post-game press conference:
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