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The Wolverines destroyed UConn so severely this weekend that even Henry Kissenger probably thought to himself the brutality has to stop. Over his last two games, JJ McCarthy has gone twenty-six of thirty for 443 passing yards and three touchdowns. So…you could say that the JJ McCarthy era has started about as ideally as a Wolverines die-hard could have dreamed. McCarthy and Ronnie Bell seem to have had a did we just become best friends? moment at training camp, as Bell brought in six receptions from McCarthy’s arm for a total of seventy-eight yards last Saturday. As dominant as Jim Harbaugh’s offense has been, his defense has looked even more impressive (Michigan is an Instagram model whose front matches her back). Through three games, the Wolverines have given up just seventeen points, including zero last weekend. And on special teams? They probably have the best unit in the country, scoring six points off of a return and another six off of a punt block last weekend.
As dominant as Michigan has been, Maryland will be their toughest opponent so far by a large margin. They’ve been playing against football teams that bring in fewer people to their games than an E-40 concert, and now they are going against a Maryland team with the potential to be a dark horse in the Big 10. Maryland is coming off of a big win against SMU, in which Taulia Tagovailoa finished seventeen of twenty-three passing for 214 yards and two touchdowns, adding fifty-one yards on the ground. Running back Roman Hemby is the heartbeat of the Terps’ offense. With 294 yards through three games, he’s proven he can find holes like a groundhog, and he’s a decent receiving option too. Where Maryland differs from Michigan is its defense. Through three games, Michigan football is allowing just ninety-one yards through the air and a completion percentage of forty-four percent. The Maryland defense is allowing 393 yards per game, including 272 in the air. FFS, the Make-A-Wish team that plays at halftime, could throw for a few touchdowns on the Terps. Vegas like Michigan -17, but they will win by more than that. The difference in talent is a large one, even with a Tagovailoa brother wearing red and white. Take the Michigan moneyline with your free bet up to $1,250!