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Michigan’s 78-0 rout of Rutgers was as ridiculous as it sounds

78-0. Seventy-eight. To zero. Michigan was expected to easily defeat Rutgers, but the score by which the fourth-ranked Wolverines did so was still an eye-opener. And that was just the start of the ridiculous numbers generated by Saturday’s game. Here are a few of them: 600-39 —Total yards for Michigan and Rutgers, respectively. 481-34 — Rushing […]
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