Michigan Football: 3 overreactions from the spring game

These are three of the most absurd overreactions from the Michigan football spring game on Saturday.
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The blue squad got the ball first in the Michigan football spring game and worked their way down the field with six first downs on the series. Alex Orji capped it with an 18-yard touchdown scamper that made Charles Woodson proud. It was the only score of the first 24 minutes besides an Adam Samaha field goal that he snuck in between the goalposts.

Davis Warren and Jayden Denegal made a couple of throws that gained some big yardage. Orji missed one in the first quarter that was thrown behind his receiver and Jadyn Davis was sacked on his initial series. Samaha shanked a gimme three points before the half ended, sparking a cause for concern in the kicking game.

DJ Waller stepped in front of the intended receiver to pick the ball off from Denegal in the third, but fumbled it right back to the offense. It came a play after Aymeric Koumba looked like he stole an interception, but the ball bounced off the ground before he snagged it out of the air and ran with it. Waller made the tackle on fourth down to halt the drive. Denegal struggled during that entire sequence.

In the final quarter, Warren connected with Kendrick Bell on a 42-yard bomb that lit up the Big House crowd. It was the throw of the day from all the quarterbacks. Not too much later Warren hit Frederick Moore in the open field and he did the rest with it. Orji dinked and dunked his way down the field only to get touched on fourth down for a called sack to cap the Maize win, 17-7.

Here are three of the overreactions.