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If you blinked yesterday while watching Michigan play Indiana, you probably missed a big play. The Wolverines increased their record to 6-1 yesterday in a shootout win, 63-47 over the Indiana Hoosiers. The loss marks the fourth of the year for Indiana, giving them a current losing record of 3-4. Wolverine fans will not only remember the high scoring win for their beloved team, but...
Just a week ago, coach Brady Hoke’s Michigan Wolverines suffered their first setback of the 2013 season with a heartbreaking four-overtime 43-40 loss to the Penn State Nittany Lions down in Beaver Stadium.
On Saturday, the Indiana Hoosiers provided Blue the opportunity to get back to their winning ways and regain some confidence before the program goes on the road for the big...
Michigan will host Indiana on Saturday at the Big House. Kick off is scheduled for 3:30pm and the game will be televised on the Big Ten Network. For a full game preview click here: Michigan vs Indiana. For the Extra Points, read on.
Michigan leads the all-time series with Indiana 52-9 and the Wolverines have won 17 straight games in the series.
Michigan has won 18 consecutive home...
It was a record-breaking day at Michigan Stadium, as the Wolverines won a wild one against Indiana. The final tally was 63-47 Michigan, there were 159 plays, 1,323 yards of total offense and a slew of records broken. Michigan amassed a school record 751 yards of total offense, Jeremy Gallon set a Big Ten record with 369 receiving yards and Devin Gardner broke 3 records himself...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Jeremy Gallon kept trying to say the right things -- to talk about that the only thing that mattered was that Michigan had beaten Indiana and the Wolverines were now 6-1.
Finally, though, the lessons he's learned at Michigan slipped for a second.
"No," he said with a laugh. "I never believed I could do that."
At the end of Michigan&...
Michigan and Indiana are currently engaged in an epic shootout. Leading 49-47, it appeared that Michigan was going to take a two-score lead on the Hoosiers when quarterback Devin Gardner fumbled the ball on the two-yard line. Indiana scooped up the fumble, and the Big Ten Network panned to the crowd to show its dumbfounded reaction.
One girl stood out among the rest, and her facial...
Devin Gardner set school records with 584 yards of offense and 503 yards passing and matched a Michigan mark with five touchdowns to help the Wolverines outscore Indiana 63-47 Saturday.
Michigan (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten) lost two fumbles in the second half that gave the Hoosiers (3-4, 1-2) a chance to win in Ann Arbor for the first time since 1967.
Thomas Gordon had two interceptions...
No. 24 Michigan found themselves in another Big Ten shootout this time against the Indiana Hoosiers at home in the Big House. With the score close midway through the fourth quarter, Devin Gardner fumbled the snap while Wolverine Nation collectively held their breath for a second straight week. Needless to say as well this Michigan […]
Ugly would be an upgrade over Saturday’s performance against Penn State, a quadruple overtime loss. Where to start? Oh, how about the fact that Michigan had a touchdown lead late and let a freshman quarterback charge down the field to score the game-tying touchdown with :27 left?
Perhaps we could talk about the fact that Michigan had several opportunities to win in overtime, having...
ANN ARBOR - Over 1,300 yards of offense. More than 100 combined points scored. It was a defensive coordinators absolute worst nightmare. A sick feeling, head coach Brady Hoke said after knowing his defense allowed 47 points and 572 yards off total offense. We got to play better you don't win championships by not playing good defense. The Michigan Wolverines e...
Sure, one-handed touchdown catches are really cool, but some catches are so difficult that they require two. In today’s Indiana-Michigan shootout, Hoosier wide receiver Kofi Hughes made an incredible play in which he stole a catch off of the helmet of Michigan’s Channing Stribling. Not only did he make an unbelievable catch, but he threw off Stribling en route to a 67-yard touchdown...
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner did something his predecessor Denard Robinson never did in setting a total yards ready Saturday afternoon in a win over Indiana. Gardner and wide receiver Jeremy Gallon speak after the 63-47 scoring show against the Hoosiers (VIDEO included).
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Devin Gardner set school records with 584 yards of offense and 503 yards passing and matched a Michigan mark with five touchdowns. The Wolverines gained the 2nd most yards in B1G history, and Jeremy Gallon had the 2nd most receiving yards in FBS history.
Bloody, but not beaten.
Gallons of offense
Sorry for the lame headline there, but I had to do it. 14 catches for 369 yards and 2 touchdowns is a stat line unlike anything any Michigan fan has ever witnessed in a single game. A game in which Michigan had to put the pedal down and keep it there for 60 minutes...
VIDEO: FOXSportsNEXT's Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz recap Michigan's 63-47 win over Indiana, the record setting performances out of Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon, the improved run game, and what needs to be cleaned up defensively heading into bye week, then East Lansing.