with polls: Grade the Wolverines: Your chance to rate Michigan's performance against Nebraska
That was ugly.
Michigan's first trip to Nebraska in more than 100 years and it looked like it might be another 100 until the Wolverines score a touchdown there.
Nebraska took care of business with a 23-9 win and Michigan failed to score a touchdown for the second week in a row.
Michigan football writer Kyle Meinke has already passed out his grades, now it's your turn to rate the Wolverines in our interactive polls.
What offense? When Denard Robinson left the game, he took the Wolverines offensive production with him. It has now been two weeks since Michigan has scored a touchdown.
The defense held the Big Ten Conference leading Nebraska offense well under its yardage and points scored averages, but couldn't keep the Cornhuskers off of the board completely.
Brendan Gibbons hit a career-high 52 yard field goal, but Matt Wile missed a 53 yarder. Michigan's return game wasn't a factor.
Should the coaches have kept backup quarterback Russell Bellomy in as long as they did? Did the game plan give the Wolverines a chance once Robinson went down?
Put it all together, and what do you get?