3 overreactions from Michigan football’s win over MSU

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3. Michigan’s red zone offense is sufficient enough

Settling for field goals against Michigan State is doable, but not when matching up with the likes of Ohio State, Georgia, and Clemson. That makes this one an overreaction for sure. Michigan has to find ways to score six instead of three when the challenges get harder to overcome.

Someone in the passing game has to step up and make plays besides Luke Schoonmaker and Ronnie Bell. Andrel Anthony did a year ago in East Lansing, but has been dead silent in 2022.

Donovan Edwards is capable and was mentioned on the broadcast that he is arguably Michigan’s premiere pass catcher, even though his duties are as a running back first.

Missing Erick All takes a toll as well. He’s a quarterback’s best friend as Schoonmaker is proving that case to be factual with McCarthy.

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One has to wonder though when the time comes will Michigan be able to pass it freely and have success with it or will they struggle to adapt to the situation?