Michigan is hosting Rutgers Saturday for the team’s second Big Ten game of the season.

The first, of course, came against Wisconsin a week ago and that did not go well for the Wolverines. Wisconsin led 28-0 at halftime and won the game 35-14, though the final score wasn’t indicative of how dominant the Badgers were.

Michigan is looking to rebound against Rutgers, and so far, has done just that.

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In the second quarter, Michigan had to punt it to Rutgers after being forced to a fourth down. The Wolverines likely weren’t too thrilled with that, considering how the offense has sputtered to start the season.

What the team was thrilled about, however, was with freshman safety Dax Hill and his hit he put on the returner.

Take a look:

This hit was just perfectly smooth. You couldn’t ask for the timing to be better.

Hill was recruited as a five-star safety in the Class of 2019.