Michigan football crushes Penn State: Live updates recap

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Michigan football crushes Penn State: Live updates recap

Michigan enters its bye with an ideal 7-0 record (4-0 in Huge Ten) after a resonating triumph over beforehand unbeaten Penn State (5-1, 2-1). This matchup of top-10 groups was close for a half, yet Michigan’s hurrying assault and protection were the distinction.

The Wolverines are off next week before hosting Michigan State on Oct. 29. Kickoff time has not yet been announced but should be as soon as Monday.


2:17 — Michigan drive starts on own 33

Davis Warren replaces J.J. McCarthy at quarterback. Michigan keeps it on the ground to run out the clock.

Michigan 41, Penn State 17

5:03 – – Penn State drives begins own 25

Penn State’s tenth play of the drive is a 10-yard gain on fourth-and-11. Michigan takes over on downs.

Michigan 41, Penn State 17

9:06 – – Michigan drives begins on Penn State 47

Michigan runs the ball multiple times – – the last four by Edwards – – to score once more. This was supposed to be a cutthroat fight between top-10 groups, however Michigan has overwhelmed.

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Michigan 41, Penn State 17

11:00 – – Penn State drives begins own 25

Penn State turns to freshman Drew Allar at quarterback in place of Clifford. Allar was ranked as the fourth-best quarterback (No. 32 recruit overall) in the 2022 class, per the 247Sports composite. It’s unclear if Clifford was benched because of injury, performance, or both. Allar picks up a couple of first downs with his arm, including one via pass interference, before facing a fourth-and-11 from the Penn State 47. Michigan gets pressure, forces an incompletion, and takes over in Penn State territory

Michigan 34, Penn State 17

15:00 — Michigan drive continues on Penn State 33

The initial five snaps of the final quarter drew four punishments. A premature move and a sack made it third-and-19. Michigan leaved nothing to chance, running up the center, to set up a 37-yard field objective. Jake Cranky believers. He’s 4-for-4 today, proceeding to stay solid as he’s been all through his profession.

Michigan 34, Penn State 17


5:26–Michigan starts on own 33

Edwards ran for a sum of ten yards over the initial three plays of the drive. McCarthy circled back to a 14-yard pass to Chime. McCarthy tossed a problematic pass to Antrel Anthony on the following play for a two-yard misfortune. That set up a third and 8, and McCarthy mixed for seven yards, seeming to have gotten the first down, yet was managed short after the play was looked into. Donovan Edwards’ five-yard rush finished the second from last quarter

Michigan 31, Penn State 17

7:17–Penn State starts on own 17

Allen had a three-yard run up the middle, followed by a 15-yard pass from Clifford to Parker Washington for the first down on Penn State’s 31-yard line. Clifford had two incomplete passes on the next two plays, and was sandwiched by several Michigan defenders for a sack.

Michigan 31, Penn State 17

7:31–Michigan starts on own 39

Corum runs straight through the heart of the Penn State defense for a 61-yard touchdown run, giving Michigan a 14-point lead.

Michigan 31, Penn State 17

11:08–Penn State starts on own 25

Clifford open the drive with an eight yard consummation to Tinsley. A few plays later, Michigan’s D.J. Turner almost caught Clifford’s pass expected for Tyler Warren. Clifford finishes 16-yard pass to Tinsley. An unlawful replacement approach Michigan set up a first and 5 for Penn State on Michigan’s 38. Three plays later, Clifford connected with Nicholas Singleton for a 10-yard pass, yet it was invalidated by a hostile pass obstruction call. That pushed the Nittany Lions back their own 48 yard line. Clifford mixed for a 13-yard gain to get to Michigan’s 39 yard line. Clifford was fruitless on the fourth down transformation.

Michigan 24, Penn State 17

13:09–Michigan starts on own 19

On two of the first three plays of the drive, McCarthy threw a six-yard pass to Roman Wilson, then scrambled for an eight yard gain. On the next play, Edwards bolted out the backfield for a 67-yard touchdown run. McCarthy connected with Bell on the two-point conversion.

Michigan 24, Penn State 17

14:53–Penn State starts on own 20

Clifford’s initial two passes were inadequate. Clifford tossed a 16-yard pass to Mitchell Tinsley, and afterward a 48-yard pass to Harrison Wallace III three plays later. Allen scrambled for two yards over the course of the following two plays. Clifford attempted to interface with Wallace once more, however was inadequate, setting up Penn State for a 27-yard field objective.

Penn State 17, Michigan 16

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4:27–Michigan starts on own 35

Corum proceeds with his successful day on the ground with a 11-yard run up the center, yet was halted abruptly on the accompanying play for no increase. On third and 6, McCarthy on a QB guardian got the main down with a 13-yard run. A few plays later, Michigan profited from a pass impedance hit that set up Grumpy for a 23-yard FG.

Michigan 16, Penn State 14

6:06– Michigan starts on own 26

McCarthy started the drive with an incomplete pass. Edwards ran up the middle for a 25-yard gain. Two plays later, Corum rushed for eight yards. On the following play, McCarthy threw an pick-six to Penn State’s Curtis Jacobs.

Penn State 14, Michigan 13

8:29–Penn State starts drive on own 25

Clifford ran up the center for 62 yards to Michigan’s four-yard line. Kaytron Allen hurried up the center for two yards, trailed by Clifford running up the center for a one-yard gain. Allen ran up the center again for a one-yard gain, scoring the Nittany Lions first score

Michigan 13, Penn State 7

14:49 — Michigan drives starts on own 30

McCarthy opened the drive with a five yard pass to Ronnie Chime. Donovan Edwards ran up the center for a one yard gain. McCarthy tossed a 15-yard pass to Chime and followed it up a bazaar toss to Corum for seven yards. A few plays later, Edwards surged up the center for a 12-yard gain, getting the primary down. On the following play, McCarthy ran for an increase of eight yards. Corum ran for a five-yard gain, the circled back to a run up the center for a seven yard gain. Two plays later, Corum punches it in for the Wolverines’ most memorable score of the day.

Michigan 13, Penn State 0


1:20 — Penn State drives starts on own 28

Singleton gains three yards. Penn State calls a quarterback draw for Sean Clifford, who loses two yards. An offsides call gives the Nittany Lions a second crack at third down, but they fail to convert again. The first quarter ends with Michigan leading 6-0.

Michigan 6, Penn State0

7:35 — Michigan drive starts on own 17

J.J. McCarthy conveys a delightful ball to Cornelius Johnson at the right sideline for a 35-yard gain to begin the drive. McCarthy’s arm and Blake Corum’s legs moved gave Michigan first-and-objective on the 6. The following three plays were a Corum scramble (for four yards), another Corum convey (deficiency of three), and a McCarthy inadequacy. Another short Jake Touchy field objective follows.

Michigan 6, Penn State 0

9:43 — Penn State drive starts on own 25

Penn State goes three-and-out on its first drive, losing a yard on a third-and-1 play before punting. Michigan’s defense passes its first test against a talented freshman running back, Nicholas Singleton.

Michigan 3, Penn State 0

15:00 — Michigan drive starts on own 25

Penn State wins the coin toss and defers. Michigan picks up 19 yards on the first play from scrimmage — thanks in large part to a late hit — marches down the field, but can’t convert a third-and-4 and settles for a 29-yard field goal from Jake Moody.

Michigan 3, Penn State 0


Michigan collaborator Mike Hart will be back on the sideline instructing today, seven days subsequent to experiencing a health related crisis that hospitalized him, MLive’s Aaron McMann has learned.

McMann also notes that Roman Wilson is available to play today. The junior wide receiver missed last week’s game at Indiana with an injury.

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ANN ARBOR – – Michigan is 6-0, Penn State is 5-0, and the two groups are positioned in the main 10. It’s the hardest test to date for the two groups, and given Michigan’s timetable going ahead, the greatest obstacle between the Wolverines entering the customary season finale undefeated.

Kickoff at Michigan Stadium is set for 12:10 p.m. ET. FOX will broadcast. It’s Michigan’s fourth straight 


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