Michigan repeats as Big Ten Champion, ensures consecutive CFP births

Like Michigan has relied on so many times this season, the Wolverines are truly one of the most dominant second-half teams in college football as the Wolverines capitalized on a strong second half to beat Purdue 43-22. to repeat the title of Big Ten Champion.

The team succeeded, didn’t roll and handed the game over to werewolves. Fighting until the last minute, the Wolverines must earn every yard it has in this game.

The win over the hot water team also ensures the Wolverines continue to feature in the College Rugby Qualifiers, with UM likely to be selected as the number two seed when the final standings are announced. on Sunday.

UM had outstanding performances from many players when the team needed it most, with freshman Will Johnson having two interceptions, Donovan Edwards with 185 yards and one touchdown as well as JJ McCarthy, who finished ended the game with 161 yards and three touches of the ball.

Werewolves will return to the field on New Year’s Eve in the Fiesta Bowl or Peach Bowl against an opponent to be announced on Sunday.

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