ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan's defense has had several "uh-oh" moments so far, but the Wolverines certainly are bringing the heat in the first half against Connecticut.
Craig Roh and Mike Martin have looked great pressuring Connecticut quarterback Zach Frazer. Roh ended a Huskies drive late in the first quarter on a blitz in Frazer's face. The sophomore looks bigger, but he hasn't lost a step. If Michigan can continue to take away the middle of the field, it should be in good shape against Huskies star tailback Jordan Todman.
Frazer has looked shaky so far, missing several open receivers on plays that could have changed the game. The big-play opportunities are there in Michigan's secondary; he just needs to start cashing in.
Michigan still leads 14-0 early in the second quarter.