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:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.