Michigan’s Tate Forcier is as Clutch as They Come in Win Over Indiana

Posted by Keith Shelton on September-26-2009 Add Comments

If Michigan didn't appreciate the value of a solid starting center, they sure do now. It was nearly their undoing this week against an upstart Indiana Hoosiers team.

It was a game that will rank among the greatest in the long-time series between two Big Ten teams, but mistakes by Michigan's patchy offensive line made it so.

With trustworthy David Molk out for four to six weeks, David Moosman came in to replace the man who snapped every ball for the Wolverines.

It could have gone better.

Moosman had at least four bad snaps that each resulted in losses of ten yards or more. That Michigan didn't turn the ball over on any of them is a miracle in itself, but they did kill drives, as well as create uncertainty and i...

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