Michigan quarterback Joe Milton was able to see some playing time in the blowout win over Rutgers, and his arm strength continues to impress his teammates.

Milton’s stat line against the Scarlet Knights was brief but solid. He completed 3 of 4 passes for 59 yards and a touchdown while adding a rushing touchdown.

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When asked about his performance, Nico Collins had plenty of interesting things to say. Collins admitted that it hurts a bit to catch Milton’s strong throws. And while Collins will occasionally encourage Milton to add a little touch to his passes, everyone on the team is expecting a “dart” on every throw.

Angelique Chengelis with The Detroit News shared Collins’ comments:

Chengelis also asked Lavert Hill about Milton’s strong throws. Hill admitted that he tries to avoid Milton, saying his throws are too hard. He went so far as to say that he tries to just bat down Milton’s throws instead of catching them when they face-off:

It was good to see Milton get some playing time Saturday, and it is also good to see his teammates have a bit of fun with him on Tuesday.