Michigan Football stats and snap counts for each player in the Michigan vs. Army game on September 7, 2019. Zach Charbonnet led the Wolverines with 33 carries, 100 yards, and 3 TD – but how many snaps did the freshman RB from California play?
Shea Patterson played nearly the entire game, outside of injury substitution, and we analyze his stats and his snap count from game 2. In today’s episode of the Michigan Football Report with James Yoder, we take a deep dive into stats and playing time for the entire 2019 Michigan Football roster on offense and defense and let you know who is playing, why they are playing and how well they are producing.
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