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2019 Schedule
2-0, 2nd in Big Ten - East

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Even though it squeaked out a win over Army, Michigan's chance to reach the playoff took a nosedive from 20% to 3% after yesterday, per the Allstate Playoff Predictor. FPI was severely unimpressed with the Wolverines' performance and downgraded them accordingly.

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9dAdam Rittenberg

Harbaugh looking for UM to clean it up offensively

Michigan needed double overtime to beat Army on Saturday after committing three first-half fumbles and six penalties, leaving coach Jim Harbaugh to say the offense needs to become a well-oiled machine going forward.

Strip sack clinches Michigan win over Army (0:42)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Both Jim Harbaugh and running back Zach Charbonnet referenced protection issues by Michigan's running backs, which led to the second Shea Patterson fumble. Harbaugh said Michigan might do more live-tackling drills with its running backs during the open-week practice to simulate blocking situations they'll face in games.

Michigan survives 2OT scare against Army (2:10)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Jim Harbaugh: "That's how you fight. That's how you scratch and claw. Both teams did that." Adds that he could talk about Michigan's defense all day. The offense had mistakes that put the defense in tough spots.

0:21

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson on the sack-strip on the final play to beat Army.

Michigan's fake punt leads to a TD (0:47)
Army recovers 3 Michigan first-half fumbles (1:00)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Like Army did in the first half, Michigan makes the Black Knights pay for a head-scratching turnover. Lavert Hill's interception of Kelvin Hopkins Jr.'s second pass attempt sets up a 12-play, 78-yard touchdown drive. Michigan's offense remains a bit choppy but Shea Patterson and his receivers connected for several key plays, including a 25-yarder to Ronnie Bell on third-and-7 to set up the game-tying touchdown.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Big question going into second half is when/how much we see Michigan backup QB Dylan McCaffrey. Offensive coordinator Josh Gattis recently told me, "If we can get Dylan on the field, we're going to do it. I don't think it serves us to have someone who we feel is one of our best playmakers sitting on the bench all game, [just] because we have a talented player ahead of him."

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Team Stats

Passing Yards226.0Tied-78th
Rushing Yards170.570th
Points For33.059th
Points Against21.0Tied-51st