Instant Recap, Reaction, Highlights & More From Michigan's 36-14 Win Over Cincinnati

10 September, 2017, 12:36 | Author: Douglas Reid
  • College Football Predictions: Cincinnati vs. Michigan 9/9/17

Cincinnati Bearcats and Michigan Wolverines lock horns in the college football action this Saturday.

Michigan's only other offensive points came on two short field goals, one in each half, by redshirt freshman Quinn Nordin. Cincinnati receiver Kahlil Lewis could have made it worse if he didn't drop a sure touchdown with 13:20 remaining in the game.

Fifth-year senior running back Ty Isaac got the start after a strong performance against Florida and did not disappoint. Kekoa Crawford (four catches, 83 yards, touchdown) and Grant Perry (four catches, 66 yards, touchdown) are the go-to receivers right now while some of those highly touted targets such as Peoples-Jones and Tarik Black develop consistency.

John Kelly ran for 80 yards and caught five passes for 60 yards to lead the Volunteers (2-0) in rushing and receiving.

It's a fun activity the two share together, though Jacobson Sr. has been attending games since he was 22 and has friends who were University of MI students. Freshman cornerback David Long left the game in the second half with a leg injury and his replacement Brandon Watson proceeded to hurt his shoulder, but Harbaugh said both players are fine and should be ready for Saturday.

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Game time: Noon ET. Grant Perry gave MI a 24-14 lead in the third quarter on a 33-yard reception.

His stat line ended up being quite good, going 17-of-29 passing (58.6 percent) for 221 yards, two touchdowns and no picks. However, another way to look at it is that MI was sloppy and still won by 22 points, although it's important to remember 14 of those were thanks to the defense.

Michigan's next two possessions accumulated 7 yards on nine plays. Fickell served as the head coach for Ohio State and lost in 2011. Through two games, the defense has allowed two scores, and one started inside of MI territory.

· MI is now 115-18-3 in home openers and 3-0 under Jim Harbaugh.

Luke Fickell in his first game as the Bearcats' head coach pulled of impressive a 26-14 victory over Austin Peay last Thursday night at Nippert Stadium.

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