Oct. 3, 2013
DID YOU KNOW?
Michigan has won its last eight Big Ten openers.
Dating back to 1982, the Wolverines have won 31 of their last 32 Big Ten openers.
The Maize and Blue is 40-6 in its last 46 Big Ten home openers.
Michigan has the longest active home winning streak among BCS conference teams, claiming 17 straight games at Michigan Stadium.
The Wolverines' come-from-behind win at Connecticut (Sept. 21) tied the second-largest road comeback (14 points) in program history.
The Wolverines have not lost at home since falling to Wisconsin on Nov. 20, 2010.
Fitzgerald Toussaint's five rushing touchdowns through four games match his rushing TD output from all of last season.
U-M ranks sixth in the nation in rushing defense, allowing only 79.0 yards per game on the ground. The Wolverines have not allowed a 100-yard rusher through four games.
Michigan has allowed opponents to only score touchdowns on 38 percent of their red-zone opportunities this season (5 TDs in 13 opportunities).
Twelve true freshmen have seen the field through the first four games of the season: tight end Jake Butt, defensive end Taco Charlton, linebacker Ben Gedeon, running back Derrick Green, defensive back Delano Hill, wide receiver Da'Mario Jones, defensive back Jourdan Lewis, quarterback Shane Morris, running back De'Veon Smith, defensive back Channing Stribling, safety Dymonte Thomas and wide receiver Csont'e York.
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