November 24, 2012
Post-Game Q&A: Offense shoulders the blame in loss
At the half, The Game looked like it might be one of the all-time greats, with the two teams trading big plays offensively as fans were treated to a 21-20 first 30 minutes. In the second half, neither offense was effective, but Michigan's was just plain bad, generating only 60 yards on 21 plays, calling into question more than just execution.
What happened in the second half?
Head coach Brady Hoke talked about the point of attack and losing the battle up front, and while the offensive line definitely struggled in the second half, personnel decisions and play-calling played significant roles in an offense that was seemingly clicking in the first half but went into a funk in the second half.
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