One statistic shows how truly dominant Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson was vs. Ohio State
Michigan finally got over the hump and beat No. 2 Ohio State for the first time in 8 tries. DE Aidan Hutchinson was a huge reason why the Wolverines beat the Buckeyes.
Hutchinson had 3 sacks on the day, which got him to 13 sacks on the year, which is now Michigan’s single-season sack record. According to PFF College Football, Hutchinson had 15 QB pressures against Ohio State, which is the most since 2014.
Aidan Hutchinson had 15 QB pressures vs Ohio State
Most in a game since we started tracking college in 2014 pic.twitter.com/Psmn0Fp6xh
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This season, for the Wolverines, Hutchinson has 54 tackles, 32 of which are solo, 14.5 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, 3 pass deflections, 2 forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery.
He is a projected 1st round draft pick in this year’s upcoming NFL Draft that takes place in Las Vegas, NV.
The star DE will have another opportunity to pad his stats this upcoming Saturday when Michigan takes the field to take on No. 16 Iowa in the B1G Championship Game in Indianapolis.
Michigan is 4 quarters away from punching its ticket to the College Football Playoff and trying to win its first National Title since it shared one in 1997 with Nebraska.