Michigan winning the line of scrimmage

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan's speed on offense has been the story so far, but don't forget about the guys up front.

The Wolverines' size advantage is one area I really thought they could exploit heading into the game. So far, they have.

When Michael Shaw scored from three yards out to put the Wolverines up 20-3, he barely got touched before the goal line. Center David Molk, guard Stephen Schilling and others are generating excellent push against a smaller Huskies defensive front.

Michigan's offensive line was supposed to be a strength entering the year, as the Wolverines boasted both experience and depth with young players like Taylor Lewan. Denard Robinson and co. clearly don't need much space to make things happen, and so far, they're getting plenty of it.

The Wolverines lead 21-3 with 2:08 left in the half.