MI had 15 players make their career debuts in a win over Florida, while Cincinnati had 18 players take the field for the first time in its win over Austin Peay. The other two phases are a work in progress as well, especially the offense. Cincy cuts UM lead to 17-14. Peoples-Jones' fumble resulted in a Bearcats' touchdown.
Speight (17 of 29, 221 yards, two touchdowns) didn't make any critical mistakes, but the offense was stop-and-start and there's still a developmental curve with a young group of receivers.
It may not be the most high-profile game of a loaded Week 2 slate, but Cincinnati's visit to MI is an intriguing noon matchup with several storylines to keep an eye on for both sides. Jerron Rollins contributed 18 yards in two receptions. Kinnel then returned the ball 28 yards for a touchdown. The question of covering the spread will be if the Wolverines can move the ball enough on Cincinnati.
Kenny Hill was 21-of-31 passing for 166 yards as the Horned Frogs (2-0) held the Razorbacks (1-1) to 267 yards of total offense.
Is there a reason for concern?.
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MI is coming off a 33-17 win over Florida last Saturday.
The Wolverines got nine 3-and-outs and held the Bearcats to four plays or fewer on 12 of 16 drives.
Take away the two touchdowns scored by the MI defense, one late in the fourth quarter, and this game would have been much closer.
Ty Isaac has emerged as a power back.
If Cincinnati struggled to move the ball against Austin Peay, it's hard to imagine the Bearcats moving the ball against this MI defense in Ann Arbor. Karan Higdon was the only Wolverine rusher to find the end zone last week, and he'll be in line for a handful of carries as well.
Air Force will offer a unique challenge for MI in Week 3.