Jim Harbaugh-less Michigan survives scare from Maryland, notches 1,000th program victory

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The Detroit News

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maybe there is something about “trap games.” Maybe there is something about playing without your head coach. Maybe it can get wearing to shut out the noise. Michigan had two safeties, Mike Sainristil recorded two interceptions and Caden Kolesar downed a critical late punt from Tommy Doman at the 1-yard line as the Wolverines overcame injuries and a lackluster offensive performance to beat Maryland, 31-24, for the program’s 1,000th victory. The Wolverines are 11-0 and No. 3 in the College Football Playoff rankings and return to Michigan Stadium to face Ohio State on Saturday…

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