Michigan football had another dominating performance on Saturday against the Connecticut Huskies.
The maize and blue completely shut out the Huskies and walked away with a 59-0 victory.
The Wolverines’ offense put up 465 yards of total offense.
Michigan compiled 273 yards thru the air and 192 yards on the ground.
J.J. McCarthy made his second-career start and the offense was able to move with relative ease.
Michigan had to punt just three times the entire game and the Wolverines were forced to kick just two field goals
one of which was a 52-yarder at the end of the first half.
The Michigan defense allowed a meager 110 yards of offense to the Huskies.
Zion Turner and UConn threw for 24 yards in the air and UConn had 86 yards on the ground.
The Huskies had six first downs the entirety of the game and they were 2-for-14 on third down conversions.