Before the season started, Michigan was favored to win the Big Ten by some.

In the initial Coaches Poll, the coaches thought that Ohio State was the team to beat. Perhaps a new offensive coordinator, familiarity with the returning starting quarterback and The Game taking place in Ann Arbor this year had people believing in the Wolverines.

The first few weeks of the season came and went, however, and Michigan was winning, but it didn’t look pretty. Then, came the game against Wisconsin.

It was a disaster.

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Michigan’s offense hasn’t looked like it has clicked all season long, despite a 2-1 overall record. In Week 5, the Wolverines hope to rebound against Rutgers. The game is in Ann Arbor. Michigan is heavily favored.

How will the offense look, though? Well, Josh Gattis — the team’s new offensive coordinator — is changing things up a bit for this game, as he will be calling plays from the sidelines as opposed to up in the booth:

Is this going to be the difference-maker? Wolverine fans probably don’t think so, but again, we’ll see what happens at noon on Saturday when Michigan hosts Rutgers. The game will be televised on BTN.