Here are The Drives That Counted. And the key stats.">
Here are The Drives That Counted. And the key stats.">

Michigan 35, Indiana 14

The Game MVP was <b>Chad Henne</b>, but Michigan won because <b>Braylon Edwards</b> snagged two long thrid quarter TD passes, and <b>Leon Hall</b> and <b>Grant Mason</b> combined to be "The New Steve Breaston" on kick returns.<br><br> Here are The Drives That Counted. And the key stats.

First quarter

-- U-M - first possession - Michigan scores on a 40 yard TD pass from Chad Henne to Jermaine Gonzalez.
-- Indiana -- a fake punt gives them a TD chance, but a snap over Levecchio's head ruins the drive.

Second Quarter

-- 7:35 Michigan is driving, but at the Indiana 30 yard line, Henne has the ball kicked out of his hand by OG Leo Henige on the snap -- U-M loses the ball.
Indiana goes 3 and out.
Then Leon Hall returns a punt 76 yards for a TD at the 4:35 mark.

-- Clayton Richard comes in with first down on the U-M 16 ... he fumbles the snap, and is taken out.
Henne comes in -- 3 plays later (at 1:08) Jake Long gets beat as Henne drops back to pass, Henne is sacked -- and fumbles ... Indiana recovers on the U-M 11 yard line.
After recovering the fumble, Indiana after fumbles themselves at the U-M 1/2 yard line, recovers, and scores a TD with he clock running out.

U-M 14, Indiana 7

At the half Chad Henne was 10 for 12 for 173 yards and a TD ... but he also had 2 costly fumbles (to none for Indiana).
And Michigan had 17 yards rushing.

Third Quarter

-- Grant Mason returns the opening kickoff 97 yards to the Indiana 3.
U-M then takes 4 tries to get it in.
U-M 21, Indiana 7

-- 6:40 Chad Henne completes a 69 yard TD pass to Braylon Edwards

-- 2:07 Henne throws another 40 yard TD pass to Braylon.

End of 3rd quarter. U-M 35, Indiana 7
(but, U-M is still under 50 yards rushing)

Fourth Quarter

Indiana takes the kickoff after the U-M touchdown and, thanks to two long pass completions, scores early in the quarter.

Michigan 35, Indiana 14


Key Stats
- Michigan finished the game with 332 yards passing and 105 rushing, for 424 yards overall. They held Indiana to 228 total yards.
- Braylon Edwards had 8 receptions for 166 yards and 2 TD's.
- Chad Henne was 17 for 21 passing for 317 yards and 3 touchdowns, no ints.
- Clayton Richard was 2 for 5 for 15 yards.
- Mike Hart had 20 carries for 79 yards (60 in the 2nd half)
- MAx Martin had 7 carries for 21 yards.

- Unofficially, U-M had 3 sacks and 2 tackles for loss; Indiana had two sacks.
- Steve Breaston stayed home to nurse his foot, plus a hand injury suffered in the Iowa game.
- Clayton Richard played one snap in the 3rd quarter (which he fumbled but U-M recovered) and the final 7 minutes of the fourth quarter.
- Adrian Arrington made his first pass reception of his career, a 7-yarder from Clayton Richard.
- Max Martin saw his first action of his career in the fourth quarter, gaining 21 yards.
- Sean Crable had a sack in the 4th quarter.

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