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No. 7 MI uses 5 FGs, punt return to beat Air Force

17 September 2017

Michigan Football moved to 3-0 with a 29-13 victory over Air Force on Saturday afternoon.

Nordin helped MI pull away with field goals in the third and fourth quarters. The running game was effective enough, averaging 4.5 yards per attempt, but whether through the air or on the ground, the Wolverines had a hard time ending drives with touchdowns.

People-Jones gathered in Charlie Scott's 53-yard punt, weaved around defenders and eluded Scott's tackle attempt at the 10 to give MI a 16-6 lead 1:09 into the second half.

MI kicker Quinn Nordin (3) watches his point after kick attempt in the fourth quarter of an NCAA college football game against Air Force in Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.

MI running back Ty Isaac had 16 carries for 89 yards.

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The Wolverines offense has seen a few bright spots.

The teams traded field goals throughout the first half and the Wolverines emerged with a 9-6 lead.

Another shanked Air Force punt set MI up at the Falcons' 43, and the Wolverines drove to the 8. Wilton Speight didn't throw for many yards and the running game could've been better.

The Falcons (1-1) failed to convert a pass until Arion Worthman threw a short slant to Ronald Cleveland and the receiver turned it into a 64-yard TD with 11:54 left in the quarter that pulled the service academy to within three points.

Air Force kicker Luke Strebel (11) celebrates his field goal with offensive lineman Ryan Beveridge, left, in the second quarter of an NCAA college football game against MI in Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.

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A shanked punt gave the Wolverines a flawless opportunity - from the Air Force 40 - to break into the end zone and interrupt the kicking contest.

Quinn Nordin stole the show again this week. "I changed the field a couple of times, and they did a great job of blocking and not holding - it made my job very easy".

It also had a first-and-goal midway through the fourth quarter, trailing 22-13. The red zone remained a flashing stop sign, but Nordin tied the MI record with his fifth boot through the uprights.

MI sophomore linebacker Devin Bush didn't hesitate when asked if the defense was the identity of the team through the first three games of the season.

TV: Noon, ET, Big Ten Network. Head coach him Harbaugh stressed it was a unit effort, including the snapper and holder, and one that gave MI a huge boost when it needed one. Bush also recorded a sack in the game and supplied some of the speed to combat the option attack.

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No. 7 MI uses 5 FGs, punt return to beat Air Force