In which Michigan's running back dishes out almost as much punishment as any of their defenders — and more than anyone on Wisconsin.
“Kill the body and the head will die.”
This age-old boxing axiom is often attributed to Joe Frazier, who said the words and employed the approach to defeat Muhammad Ali in the “Fight of the Century” for the heavyweight title in 1971.1
In the tremendous tempo, Frazier was fulfilling his strategy to “kill the body and the head will die.…
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