Notre Dame unravels in Ann Arbor, upended by Michigan for third straight season in devastating…
At First Glance
Wide Receivers and Tight Ends Michael Floyd was outstanding, breaking his week-old personal best with 13 receptions totaling 159 yards and a score. The senior star routinely made something out of nothing on slot screens and slants, gaining ample yards after the catch. Floyd added a downfield seal block in the third quarter that helped running back Jonas Gray gain 38 yards over the right side. Theo Riddick bounced back from his Week One nightmare with two touchdowns – the opening score and the late-game, 29-yard go-ahead grab down the seam that should have marked the game-winner. Riddick's final kick return, a clutch 33-yarder to the ND 39-yard line, helped set up the offense's final touchdown march. Sophomore T.J. Jones showed excellent run-after-catch burst, turning a third down short cross into a nine-yard touchdown dance, the final sprint made possible by a tremendous downfield block by Robby Toma. Jones also drew a pass interference penalty in the end zone. Tyler Eifert...
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