Michigan Football: 3 Key stats that defined win in Happy Valley

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2. David Ojabo and Aidan Hutchinson’s presence in the backfield (5 Sacks, 2 Fumbles)

As of right now, Ojabo and Hutchinson are two of the best defensive lineman in all of college football.

People often forget that Michigan also has former 5-Star in the 2019 class Chris Hinton on the line with the duo.

Clifford was throwing the ball way too early or way too late because of these two. Hutchinson and Ojabo alone forced five sacks and are now in contention for the most sacks in a single season by a Wolverine.

Throughout the day, the Wolverines produced seven sacks, two Fumbles, and 12 tackles for loss. This is not your regular game pressure this is elite pressure produced by the best of the best.

After Ojabo’s performance this weekend, he’s moved up into the top 10 on Mel Kiper’s big board. Hutchinson remains at six on the big board with Ojabo jumping up to 10.