It was a close game for Michigan, and as expected the twitterverse had a mixed bag of feelings about. Here’s what stuck out during the game.
When Charles is in town, you know he’s going to rep the Maize and Blue:
I looked away for eight seconds did anything happen
— mgoblog (@mgoblog) September 24, 2022
Have seen a lot of grim things in my time following Maryland football, but had not seen the opening kickoff bounce off the returner’s facemask to set up a touchdown the other way three seconds into the game
— Alex Kirshner (@alex_kirshner) September 24, 2022
After the opening minutes, the Terrapins looked amped up, while the Michigan faithful seemed a bit tense:
LOUD F-BOMB ON THE FIELD MIC, MARYLAND FOOTBALL IS HERE.
— Mike Golic Jr (@mikegolicjr) September 24, 2022
Welcome to reality:
Are you a Michigan freshman? Are you feeling intense anxiety right now watching this game?
Congratulations. You’re officially part of our community now. This is your new normal Saturday.
— Shapiro Undergraduate Library (@UMichUGLI) September 24, 2022
One things for sure, you can’t say J.J. McCarthy isn’t interesting when he scrambles:
The real culprit of Michigan’s struggles is obvious:
I blame the first half on Urban stepping foot into the Big House.
— pro1209 (@pro1209) September 24, 2022
The maize and blue faithful continued to get antsy about Michigan’s struggles offensively:
Michigan’s play calling is in shambles
— JJ McCorner (@WolverineCorner) September 24, 2022
Year Eight of Jim Harbaugh at Michigan and the game broadcast is engaged in a discussion about not knowing who calls the plays. Some things never change.
— Ethan Sears (@ethan_sears) September 24, 2022
Maybe a tad soon, guys:
Students starting a wave. THAT IS A TWO SCORE LEAD THING, KIDS
— Patrick Barron (@BlueBarronPhoto) September 24, 2022
Expect to see a game ball in RJ’s locker today:
There’s a metaphor here somewhere:
Ultimately, Blake Corum’s monster performance settled the anxieties of Michigan fans everywhere — at least for this week:
30 carries, 243 yards, 2 TD
— Anthony Broome (@anthonytbroome) September 24, 2022
Do we give Blake Corum the Heisman now or should we wait?
— Swanky Wolverine (@swankywolverine) September 24, 2022