Tricky, tricky! Michigan dials up successful TE pass in spring game
Teams can learn a lot from an annual spring game. But they’re also meant to be fun. And with the spring season rounding out for Michigan this week, why not dial up a few trick plays?
The first one of Michigan’s spring game came late in the first quarter from the Blue team. Tight end Erick All Jr. hauled in a swing pass then launched the ball down the field to fellow tight end Colston Loveland.
Below is the clip from Michigan’s spring game:
🗣️ "I was born for this moment, tight end to tight end on the double pass."
— Michigan On BTN (@MichiganOnBTN) April 2, 2022
Is that a sign of things to come from Michigan’s offense this season? Last year, the Wolverines would dial up a trick play every now and then but it wasn’t a consistent theme.
Michigan is going through a coordinator change. Josh Gattis left Michigan for Miami and Sherrone Moore and Matt Weiss are working together for the 2022 season.