'Talk to us when they finish their preseason:' Michigan football rolls UConn for third win

Colin Gay
The Columbus Dispatch

Michigan football continues to roll through its early-season schedule.

The Wolverines earned their third win of the season, blasting through Connecticut 59-0 at home Saturday.

Michigan allowed only six first downs and 110 total yards — 86 rushing yards and 24 passing yards — with Huskies quarterbacks completing five of their 20 pass attempts.

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Michigan's offense, led by quarterback J.J. McCarthy and running back Blake Corum, shined, recording 465 yards and eight touchdowns.

McCarthy completed 15 of his 18 pass attempts for 214 yards, while Corum did most of the scoring work, setting a career high with five rushing touchdowns.

Michigan will begin its Big Ten schedule next week at home against Maryland.

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