Lewis made his return to the Wolverines’ lineup Saturday against Penn State after missing the season’s first three games with nagging injuries that trace back to his core.
Michigan rushed for 326 yards Saturday, their highest total since the 2014 season opener against Appalachian State and their most in a Big Ten game since Oct. 13, 2012 against Illinois.
Mark Donahue will return to Michigan this weekend to join the Hall of Honor and find a program very similar to the one he played for under Bo Schembechler.
Michigan dominated every facet of the game on Saturday, outgaining Penn State by over 300 total yards and emerging as 39-point victors.
The 22nd-ranked Wolverines are now 12-2 overall.
Five sacks and stifling defense, especially on third down, have given the fourth-ranked Wolverines a 28-0 halftime lead.
Higdon played the best game of his career with nine carries for 81 yards and two touchdowns.
Murphy led the Wolverines on Friday night with 10 kills against top-ranked Nebraska and finished tied for first with 12 kills against the Hawkeyes.
Unfortunately for Michigan's defense, it was not well-adjusted to the Nittany Lions’ speed.
The Wolverines finished fourth with a total of 157 points, almost one hundred points behind the top finisher, Portland, with 69 points.