Let's see less of this guy on offense . . . opponents running with the football. Three games, four interceptions for Denard Robinson. The one in this game was returned for six points. A senior quarterback should not be making these mistakes.
Let's see more of this guy on defense . . . Joe Bolden. I'm not a huge fan of replacing seniors with freshmen, but Bolden has done a good job the past couple weeks. Starting middle linebacker Kenny Demens played the vast majority of snaps last season, but Michigan can afford to rest him (or replace him?) with Bolden and not miss a whole lot. He's more athletic than Demens.
Let's see less of this guy on defense . . . Raymon Taylor. I really think Taylor is overmatched. I'm not sure if Michigan has a better option (Courtney Avery? Terry Richardson?), but I'm worried about how Taylor will match up against Notre Dame and other future opponents.
Play of the game . . . Devin Gardner's catch-and-run. Gardner did a great job of catching the ball, getting upfield, and stretching for the pylon. He's deceptively strong for having a lanky frame and did a great job of staying inbounds when it looked like he would get knocked out at around the 2-yard line.
MVP of the game . . . Denard Robinson. He ran 10 times for 106 yards and 1 touchdown. He completed 16/24 passes for 291 yards and 3 touchdowns. The turnovers and near turnovers are frustrating, but the bottom line is that he accounted for 397 yards and 4 touchdowns.