2010 University of Michigan Wrong Foot The University of Michigan failed to start the season off with a bang by losing to UConn 49-44. The Michigan defense was unable to stop the Connecticut offense all day. Uconn QB Zach Frazer disected the young Michigan secondary by going 25-39 for 363 yards, 4 TDs, and 1 INT. The UConn rushing attack was brilliant as well, running for over 7.5 yards per carry. There is major work to be done by the Michigan D if they intend of turning around last years 5-7 season. The Michigan offense, while looking dangerous at times, turned the ball over 3 times, adding to their difficulty in making a comeback. Soph QB Denard Robinson powered the Wolverine attack with 253 yards passing and 115 yards rushing and 2 total TDs. U of M had plenty of opportunity to win this game, but shot themselves in the foot each time. With about 1:30 to play, in an attempt to move the chains and keep the clock moving, Frazier threw a sideline pattern that went thre the hands of Michigan DB JT Floyd. Had Floyd made the interception, the game would have been over. Next Week Michigan travels to Notre Dame.