ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Led by Wilton Speight's career-high 362 yards passing, No. 3 Michigan defeats Maryland 59-3 to stay on course for a potential Big Ten championship.
Key topics include:
- Speight shines: Michigan's quarterback there for a career-high 362 yards, including a U-M record 292 yards in the first half, earning high praise from Jim Harbaugh afterwards.
- Run game gets going: U-M ran for 273 yards, and were led by De'Veon Smith's 114 yards and three touchdowns.
- Jake Butt new milestone: U-Ms All American became the Wolverines' all-time receiving yards leader at the tight end position.