NEW INFORMATION: Michigan is a 28-20 guide in & # 39; 4th quarter.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Michigan and Ohio State could have been more important on their next week's next Saturday on Saturday's unique matches.
Ohio State had a tough place to escape from Maryland with a 52-51 opposition against the Terrapins on Saturday afternoon (November 17), 52-51, as Maryland did not change two- point in pre-time. And Michigan took 4th place on Indiana Hoosiers, 17-15, at half-time at Ann Arbor.
The Wolverines provided a path to the Hoosiers two-yard clock at the end of the # 39; first half, but they did not have time and the time left before they got rid of another.
The quarterback Shea Patterson Michigan completed 11 of 67 tracks for 165 yards and one touchdown. But the whole was in Indiana, 276 to 249. The Wolverines settled for three field destinations with Jake Moody.
Stevie Scott touchdown of a 13-gully finished a six-game, 80-foot drama for the Hoosiers with 4:14 to go to the first season, & # 39; lead Indiana 7-3 lead. After two field destinations, midway midway from Michigan to 7-7 during the second quarter. Logan Justus had a 41-yard playground with 7:39 to go out a half so Indiana could get the trip back at 10-9. Nick Eubanks, a 41-yard by Shea Patterson, sent out on 15-10 in Michigan, but the Wolverines failed to try two points. Peyton Ramsey's case hit Tyrese Fryfogle with 7-yard TD at & # 39; Throw with 3:13 to go, continue to & # 39; additional point. And that finished the first score.
In the third season, Karan Higdon put two yards into the date zone for Michigan 22-17 after his extra point. And Jake Moody was involved in a 33-yard playground visit with 2:08 left to finish scoring in the third season. He had four field goals during the first three quarters: 30, 31, 32 and 33 soldiers. Chase Winovich left the game with an unwanted wound.
In the fourth frame, Moody had a & # 39; visiting another terrain – this one from 23 yards out that did not disappear inside the south – and Michigan expanded to 28-17 with 9:55 to go to the game. The Hoosiers made him a straightforward game once Justus was turned into a 36-yard playground attempt: 28-20, with 6:10 remaining.
Michigan ran back Berkley Edwards was taken off the field on the backbone after breaking up to her; head. The Hoosier was hit by his defeat to play the play.