History has shown us that when Michigan and Indiana play, it’s likely to be a close one until the end. While another gut wrenching overtime situation happened after being up 13-0, Michigan got the job done.
Let’s get to it and hand out position grades from this thrilling and nail biting overtime win.
Quarterback: B-
John O’Korn didn’t throw much and didn’t have to in a game that was mostly dominated on the ground. He completed 10-of-20 passes for only 57 yards, but where he improved the most is with zero interceptions. I liked how O’Korn was able to escape Indiana’s pass rush and connected once with Donovan Peoples-Jones for a big play in the second quarter. The timing of the plays and accuracy wasn’t there, overall. He had a few plays where he could have added 50-70 more passing yards on the day with open targets.


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