Photo: Angela Cesere, AnnArbor.com
It's pretty clear now that at some point this season, this football squad is going to give this Michigan blogger a heart attack.
Just some quick thoughts about today's game...
• Tate Forcier was born to have the ball in his hands when Michigan is down with under 3 minutes on the clock. Where did this kid come from? Is he really just 19 years old?! We get him for 3 more years after this?!
• The interception by Donovan Warren was pretty close and could have gone either way. To me, on the replay, it seemed like Warren had the ball tucked in his hands while the Indiana receiver was trying to wrestle it away. A very close call that just didn't have enough video evidence to overturn the call on the field.
• Michigan defense is either worse than we thought, or Indiana's offense is suddenly a juggernaut.
• We must stop the mistakes. Too many missed tackles. Too many turnovers. Too many penalties. These kinds of things will happen to a young squad. We need to get better at keeping them from happening.
• Forcier was really favoring his right arm late in the game. But he also threw the TD to Martavious Odoms, and was also in the game in the victory formation at the end...so we'll see if we hear anything about any injury on Monday.
But hey, for all the mistakes we made and for all the blown calls by the refs, we still won the game, and there's something to be said for that. Forcier is amazing. They can praise Pryor and Tebow all they want. We have Tate and Denard...and that's exactly how I like it!