Here are the final snap counts and grades for Nebraska's offense against Michigan, courtesy of PFF.
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PFF snap counts and grades for Nebraska's offensive vs. Michigan

Here are the final snap counts and grades for Nebraska's offense against Michigan, courtesy of PFF.

QUARTERBACK 

Quarterback grade out 
Player Snaps Pass plays Run plays Overall grade

Adrian Martinez - Jr.

64

34

4

59.9

HOL take: The big hit on quarterback Adrian Martinez came for his interception and late fumble. Martinez now has 18 lost fumbles in four years, which is more than any active player in college football.

On the day, Martinez had three of NU's five rushing first downs. 19 of Martinez's 39 true rush yards were on designed run plays, while the other 20 came on scrambles.

Martinez was 3-of-5 for 95 yards on throws of 20+ yards and 11-of-14 for 102 yards on throws 10 yards or less. He was blitzed on nine of 30 dropbacks and under pressure on 10 of his 30 total dropbacks.

RUNNING BACK 

Running back grade out
Player Snaps Run plays Pass plays Overall grade

Rahmir Johnson - RFr.

55

19

22

60.7

Jaquez Yant - Fr.

9

4

3

62.1

HOL take: Rahmir Johnson had to work hard for his 65 rushing yards that came on 17 carries Saturday. 41 of his 65 yards came after contact and his long run of the game was 24 yards. He converted just one first down by rush.

Johnson had his best game though as a receiver Saturday, coming down with six catches for 105 yards, including a screen on the game's opening play and a touchdown that came on a wheel route out of the backfield where he really showed his speed. 82 of his 105 receiving yards came after the catch.

Jaquez Yant played just nine snaps and was pulled after running the wrong direction on a second-and-short run play that ended up forcing NU into a punt after an 8-yard gain on first down.

WIDE RECEIVER 

Wide receiver grade out
Player Snaps Targets Catches Drops Overall grade

Samori Toure - Sr.

56

4

3

0

66.9

Oliver Martin - Jr.

49

4

2

0

62.5

Levi Falck - Sr.

35

5

3

0

69.4

Omar Manning - Jr.

31

2

2

0

70.8

Zavier Betts - Fr.

10

0

0

0

38.5

HOL take: The receiver rotation really tightened up on Saturday, as just five guys played and Zavier Bets saw only 10 snaps.

This group played well. Samori Toure also graded 70.6 as a run blocker, while Omar Manning scored a 76.4 and Levi Falck a 71.6. Those were the three best run-blocking grades for NU's offense on Saturday.

NU's receiver only had 63 yards though after the catch on 10 receptions.

TIGHT END 

Tight end grade out
Player Snaps Targets Catches Run block grade Overall grade

Austin Allen - Jr.

47

3

2

62.8

72.1

Travis Vokolek - Jr.

26

0

0

56.2

53.3

Chancellor Brewington - Jr.

2

0

0

58.1

59.8

HOL take: Austin Allen had another strong game. He had a 46-yard touchdown and another catch where he high-pointed the ball in coverage for 13 yards. The one he didn't catch was a bad throw from Martinez that was tipped in the air and picked off.

OFFENSIVE LINE 

Offensive line grade out
Player Snaps Pressures Run Pass Overall grade

Matt Sichterman - Jr.

64

53.5

80.3

58.7

Cam Jurgens - So.

64

1 QB hit

1 penalty

48.1

66.9

56.7

Nouri Nouili - So.

64

1 QB hit

48.1

60.9

51.4

Turner Corcoran - Fr.

64

1 QB hit

5 hurries

34.7

0.0

24.8

Bryce Benhart - RFr.

35

2 hurries

66.6

58.5

65.7

Teddy Prochazka - Fr.

29

2 hurries

57.8

27.2

50.8

HOL take: You knew this was going to be a tough assignment going against Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo from Michigan.

Hutchinson scored a 92.7 overall, with seven QB hurries and one QB hit. He was responsible for eight of their 14 overall pressure plays, while Ojabo had one sack and three hurries.

Nebraska was only in true pass pro set 14 times, as NU tackles gave up nine of the 14 pressures, while Cam Jurgens, Nouri Noiuli and Turner Corcoran gave up a QB hit.

Michigan's one sack was not charged to a lineman.

Run blocking grades also struggled across the board, but credit Bryce Benhart for stepping in and playing solid after Treddy Prochazka went down. Benhart had the best overall grade and the best run block grade for any Husker lineman. Prochazka's status is unknown. Could we see Benhart start this week when he makes a Minnesota homecoming?