Michigan’s Lineman Faces Targeting Review After a Hit on Tua Tagovailoa’s Brother Taulia, Decision Looms Large

Published 11/18/2023, 2:32 PM EST

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Michigan might have ended up in trouble. If the Jim Harbaugh suspension and sign-stealing accusations weren’t enough, one of their defensive linemen made a controversial move against the Maryland Terrapins.

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The Michigans are already dominating the field, with their impressive 23-17 walking in the third quarter. However, one bad move is all it takes for the game to turn around.

Defensive Tackle Mason Graham is under review

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Well, this one from Michigan defensive lineman Mason Graham must be it. After Graham hit roughing-the-passer, he was accused of targeting Maryland’s QB Taulia Tagovailoa. The bad news is: If the review comes out to be in favor of Tua Tagovailoa’s brother, Mason Graham will have to sit out for the first half of the upcoming all-important Ohio State game.

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Michigan Wolverines have maintained their winning streak, above everything in the season. Defying all odds, Michigan players have fought back in each game, giving their opponents a tough challenge. However, if the Wolverines fall short of their defensive tackle, it might affect them in the last, and vital game of the season. Will that cost Michigan their untainted winning streak in the last game of the season? Or will the team manage just fine without Graham? Only time will tell.

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