It wasn't pretty, but the Michigan Wolverines improved to 2-0 on the 2019 season after a 24-21 over Army in overtime.
The Wolverines was able to move the ball, but some questionable play-calling by new offensive coordinator and former Penn State receivers coach Josh Gattis left a good amount of points on the table. Shea Patterson was also a bit underwhelming, throwing for 207 yards, no scores, and losing a pair of fumbles.
The Army offense was able to control the game with a slew of long, time-consuming drive. Jeff Monkin's team attempted to just five passes but rushed 61 times for 200 yards. This is the second straight season Army took a top-10 team to overtime, only to come up short. The Black Knights fell 28-21 in Norman.