#2. Dasan McCullough gets to J.J. McCarthy multiple times
Against a stout Hawkeyes’ defense, Michigan’s offensive line allowed just one sack and three tackles for loss. Granted, J.J. McCarthy only had to drop back to pass 24 times because of the touches that Corum got (29 carries). With my expectation that the Hoosiers “slow down” Corum, McCarthy will be dropping back to pass 30+ times in this game, which gives the Indiana defense a chance to get to him.
Freshman linebacker, Dasan McCullough, has registered 19 total tackles and four sacks in his four games played this season. McCullough has recorded at least one sack in three straight games, with two sacks against FCS opponent, Idaho in Week 2. In the Hoosiers last two games against the Wolverines, Tom Allen’s defense has notched 6.0 total sacks (3.0 per game). Don’t be surprised if the freshman is responsible for multiple sacks and QB pressures in this homecoming matchup.