Michigan football throttles Nebraska to remain unbeaten

Another week, another Michigan football beatdown of a lesser opponent.

But this time, the Wolverines didn’t wait until the second half to get going.

Michigan (10-0) wasn’t perfect in the first half, punting twice and handling the clock in a strange fashion at the end of the second quarter, but went into the break up by two touchdowns — their largest halftime lead in Big Ten play — and never looked back, steamrolling Nebraska, 34-3.

It’s the first time the Wolverines started a season 10-0 since 2006.

“It’s a joyful, happy ride that we’re on,” said Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. “It’s a mission, but it’s a happy mission, not one that has any anxiety or anger or any kind of fear to it. It’s a happy ride.”

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