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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Hurst’s history against the Nittany Lions — coupled with his play this year — makes it all the more likely that he’ll enjoy success in his final game against Penn State on Saturday night.
A loss to No. 2 Penn State removes the Wolverines from the College Football Playoff discussion, but a win keeps those hopes alive.
John O’Korn does need to step up, but it doesn’t fall solely on his shoulders and the Wolverines don’t need him to play hero. More simply, they need him to take what comes to him.
Saquon Barkley’s presence pits an elite offense against an elite defense. And if Michigan wants to pull off the upset, stopping him is the first step.
The 19th-ranked Wolverines almost suffered the fatal blow Saturday in Bloomington. The Daily breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday’s game.
Next up for Michigan is a date with No. 2 Penn State in State College — a contest that has earned ESPN’s “College GameDay” treatment. Before the Wolverines get there, though, here are five things we learned in Bloomington.
After Saturday, Michigan knows what it has from its starter. And if the performance against Indiana was it, there’s no sense in not checking what else is there.
Lavert Hill's breakout campaign as a member of the Wolverines' secondary continued in Bloomington, where he recorded an interception that could have sealed the game.
Behind the efforts of junior running back Karan Higdon and the Wolverines’ defense, the No. 17 Michigan football team escaped the overtime period with a 27-20 victory over Indiana.
In No. 17 Michigan’s 27-20 overtime win, Higdon put the team on his back, running for three touchdowns and 200 yards on 25 carries.