Aidan Hutchinson can’t get enough of Florida’s heat in preparation for the game
Florida’s climate in December is certainly not like Michigan’s. When the Wolverines face Georgia in the college football playoff semifinals, it will be at an outdoor stadium, Hard Rock Stadium, in Miami during the Orange Bowl.
While the Heat will be something different for the UM schedule to consider, defensive lineman Aidan Hutchinson isn’t concerned that the heat will impact game preparation.
“I don’t think so,” Hutchinson said when asked if the Florida heat was going to change his pace. “It’s nice to be here and it’s definitely going to take a bit of getting used to at first. Come on Friday, we’re driving, and nothing’s going to stop me.
“I’m going to have to get used to it at first. I’m used to being in Michigan so I’m used to the cold but it’s good to be here. I think this weather will be good.”
While Hutchinson won’t let the weather stop him, he will be faced with the task of trying to stop the Bulldogs’ offense.
This is by no means an easy task, but one for which the Wolverines defense will be prepared. Even with the lights shining a little brighter on New Years Eve.
“They have a talented attack and a lot of solid players,” Hutchinson said. “But I think if we just run and just do our job and aren’t too excited at the moment. Everything will be fine, and I think we’ll be very successful if we focus on our work and don’t let go. the moment get too big.
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