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Michigan football went on the road and got a tough win against Nebraska with a 32-29 win. There was very little to dislike, and that’s how Mackey Award-winning tight end Jake Butt sees it.
In our weekly breakdown, the Mackey Award-winning tight end and former Wolverine shares what he liked and what he didn’t like from Michigan football’s 32-29 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers, his players of the game, what he saw from the defense as it broke at times, the run game, quarterback Cade McNamara and much more.
Catch it all with the Mackey Award-winning tight end and publisher of WolverinesWire right here!