Your chance to grade Michigan's performance against UMass
The Michigan football team took care of business on Saturday. Not only did the Wolverines soundly defeat visiting UMass 63-13, and thoroughly dominate every aspect of the game, but -- for you gamblers out there -- they covered the massive 45.5 point spread.
Michigan football reporter Kyle Meinke passed out the individual grades for the Wolverines and, unsurprisingly, most received stellar marks.
Now it's your chance to grade the Wolverines' offensive, defensive, special teams, coaching and overall performance.
The first team offense remained on the field for the first three quarters, then took a well deserved break in the fourth. Several individuals had career days and nine different players scored touchdowns for the Wolverines.
The defense looked a little shaky in the second quarter, the only frame in which UMass scored, but besides that looked pretty solid.
Not much special teams to speak of, except for a bunch of fair catches by Jeremy Gallon. Maybe he should have taken a couple more chances?
Did they pull Denard too late, or was this a perfect coaching performance by Michigan's staff?
What overall grade would you give the team?
Pete Cunningham covers sports for AnnArbor.com.