ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Mason Cole had practiced enough before Michigan's game versus Hawaii on Saturday, he admits he had reached his "boiling point" and was ready to hit someone in another uniform. Well, he got his wish, as No. 7 Michigan defeated Hawaii 63-3 to open its season, with the offense showing consistentcy throughout the blowout win. Afterwards, Cole spoke to media about the win, what it meant to the team, and the spark star freshman Chris Evans has brought to the offense so far.
WATCH: Cole Talks Win, Evans Impact
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