ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan ran for a season-high 326 yards and six touchdowns, as the Wolverines defeated Penn State 49-10 on Saturday.
What stood out offensively? Well, TMI's Josh Newkirk and Sam Webb break it down in the video posted above.
- De'Veon Smith -- Michigan's bruising back led the U-M with 107 yards, while only needing 12 carries and added one touchdown.
- Wilton Speight -- Once again, Speight shows elusiveness with big scrambles for U-M.
- Other backs emerge -- Not only did Smith have a good day, but five backs scored touchdowns on Saturday. Plus, Karan Higdon ran for career-high 81 yards and two touchdowns.