Michigan’s offensive game plan heading into the Rutgers game included getting backup quarterback Cade McNamara in the contest at least for a couple of series.

But McNamara replaced starter Joe Milton late in the second quarter with Michigan trailing 17-0 and never left. He accounted for four passing touchdowns and ran for one as he helped lead the Wolverines’ 48-42 comeback victory in triple overtime last Saturday night on the road.

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