Michigan defensive end Brennen Beyer reflects on the Wolverines 34-10 win over Indiana and how they were able to limit the impact by Tevin Coleman.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan's defense rose to the challenge Saturday afternoon at home against Indiana, coming up with a big Homecoming win by a final of 34-10.
Part of the reason?
Michigan contained Hoosiers' running back Tevin Coleman to 108-yards on 27 carries, and keeping the potential Heisman trophy candidate out of the end zone.
Michigan senior defensive end Brennen Beyer commented on the rush defense and the keys to the Wolverines' victory post game.