In the last few games, Denard has had accuracy problems in the passing game, resulting in multiple interception efforts against Michigan State, Illinois, and Purdue. After rewatching each game, it seems as if his mistakes are a combination of both bad reads and poor technique. Never was this more apparent than his first interception against Purdue on Saturday.
Denard's issues on many of these throws have been poor reads, not inaccurate passes. This is another instance of what Rodriguez talks about when he says its important that the quarterbacks have their eyes in the right place. On the positive side, this can be fixed. With more time in the system and more time playing in general, these plays will become instinctive. Unfortunately, this play can't be attributed to the awful weather on Saturday. Making the proper read will be crucial if Michigan wants to have any chance against Wisconsin and Ohio State.