RECAP: De'Veon Smith leads Michigan on senior day in 20-10 win against Indiana.

TMI's Josh Newkirk and Sam Webb break down No. 3 Michigan's 20-10 win against Indiana on senior day.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Keeping its Big Ten championship dreams alive, No. 3 Michigan survived, defeating Indiana 20-10 on senior day, led by De'Veon Smith's 158 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the win. 

Topics of discussion include: 

  1. Joh O'Korn and Smith make big runs for Michigan: O'Korn ran for a huge 30 yard scramble, then Smith followed with a 34 yard run that gave Michigan the lead for good in the third quarter, sparking the Wolverines in the come from behind win. 
  2. Smith leads the way behind U-M's O-line: Knowing that starter Wilton Speight would be out, Indiana put eight men the box all game, and the Wolverines still responded with 225 yards rushing in the win. 
  3. O'Korn had his limitations: O'Korn took two sacks and was clearly rattled in the pocket. He finished 6-of-17 of only 59 yards in the win. 

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