Recap: Johnson Emerges in U-M's 34-10 Win

Michigan received a huge spark from running back Drake Johnson in the second half as the Wolverines run away from Indiana 34-10. Full recap and analysis below.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Boy did Michigan need that.

Some big time individual performances helped land the Wolverines a 34-10 win over Indiana Saturday on homecoming, the most impressive coming from running back Drake Johnson.

Pressed into a greater role after an injury to De'Veon Smith, Johnson rushed 16 times for 122-yards and two touchdowns, all career highs.

Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner managed the offense nicely completing 22-of-29 pass attempts for 220-yards and two touchdowns while wide receiver Amara Darboh reeled in nine catches for 107-yards and a score.

Defensively, Michigan recovered two Indiana fumbles and held the Hoosiers under 200-yards of total offense despite running back Tevin Coleman reaching the 100-yard mark.

Sam Webb and Kyle Bogenschutz break down Michigan's (4-5, 2-3) win over Indiana below.

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