The Key To Michigan’s Turn—Around? Turnover Reduction

Posted by Ryan Jelley on August-20-2009 Add Comments

The Michigan Wolverines' 2008 campaign was absolutely dreadful and although it is difficult to nail down the reason, one area that stands out was turnovers.

The Wolverines finished dead last in the Big Ten in turnovers allowed in 2008 (30). and second to last in the Big Ten in turnovers forced (20).

Although there are many teams that struggle with turnovers, the Wolverines' problem was when they happened and what was their result.

In the first game of the season against Utah, Nick Sheridan threw an interception in the second quarter which set Utah up at Michigan's 37; they scored a touchdown on the following drive. The Utes won the game 25-23.

The Wolverines traveled to South Bend in the third week to take on...

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