JJ McCarthy and Michigan will put their No. 5 college football playoff rankings on the line when they face Rutgers on Saturday.

Michigan Wolverines football at Rutgers

MORE: Michigan wakes up in second half, crushes Rutgers to reach 9-0

Michigan trailed at halftime, but you wouldn’t know that by watching the final score. Michigan took advantage of three interceptions in the second half to eliminate Rutgers, 52-17.

Rutgers returned a blocked punt for a first-quarter touchdown, and freshman QB Gavin Wimsatt looked ready in the first half as he led Michigan 17-14 at halftime. But the second half was a whole different story.

Wimsatt threw three picks and Michigan ran away with them. He is now 9-0 and will likely be in the top four of next week’s CFP standings thanks to losses to Tennessee and Clemson.

FINAL: Michigan 52, Rutgers 17

Gash scores his first career TD

-Q4 3:23: Isaiah Gash executes it from a few yards for his first career TD. 52-17.

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