*FINAL: Michigan wins 39-14.
*Linebacker Micah McFadden jumps a route and records an interception for the Hoosiers.
*Incomplete pass in the end zone for IU on 4th and 3 results in a turvover on downs.
*Despite drawing a pass interference flag, Miles Marshall makes the grab downfield for a gain of 32 yards.
*The Hoosiers are driving in the final minute of the third quarter, but play is stopped with both Bedford and Scott down for IU.
*TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN. Collins beats his man again for his third touchdown today. 39-14 Wolverines.
*On 3rd and 10, Michigan defenders execute a strip-sack of Ramsey and are able to fall on the football. They take over from IU's 19-yard line.
*Hale looked to have made the toe-tapping catch along the sideline on 3rd down, but the refs ruled he stepped out on his own before making the play. Illegal touching results in a loss of down and another IU punt.
*TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN. Collins burns an IU defender for a 76-yard touchdown, his second today. 32-14 Wolverines with a two-point coversion. Big offensive series upcoming for the Hoosiers.
*IU gets the yardage on the 4th and 1, but a holding call wipes the play off. Whitehead comes out for his fourth punt of the day.
*FIELD GOAL MICHIGAN. Nordin converts on a 27-yarder to make it a two-score game. Wolverines lead the Hoosiers 24-14.
*Hassan Haskins takes a wildcat snap on 4th and 1 to get the first down yardage. Michigan is 14 yards away from the end zone.
*On 3rd and 4 of the first drive of the second half, Michigan's Peoples-Jones racks up a big 41-yard catch for a fresh set of down.
*HALFTIME: Michigan leads 21-14.
*IU gets the stop and Michigan punts to the IU five. Time to see if Allen wants to push the envelope and go for points.
*IU goes three-and-out after a failed jet sweep.
*TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN. 24 yard pass to Nico Collins. Michigan takes the lead 21-14.
*IU goes three-and-out.
*Fryfogle down again with an injury.
*Michigan goes three-and-out. 23 yard punt and IU will take over from the 38.
*IU goes three-and-out. Michigan starts from its own 32.
*Unsportsmanlike penalty against Michigan will have IU start its drive at the 40.
*TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN. Donovan Peoples-Jones with a 11 yard reception to tie the game 14-14 with 11:01 remaining in the second quarter.
*IU's secondary is getting torn apart right now and Patterson has just missed two wide open touchdowns.
*TOUCHDOWN INDIANA. Scott bear hugs Ramsey and flings him into the endzone to finish off the QB keeper from one yard out. IU leads 14-7 with 14:09 remaining in the second quarter.
*END OF FIRST QUARTER: Tied 7-7.
*Ramsey finds David Ellis for 23 yard gain.
*Ramsey trots out for IU's next drive. I guess it's NOT Tuttle time.
*IU gets pressure early and forces intentional grounding to force third down.
*Sack by Marcelino Ball to make it 3rd-and-20
*Burgess does a good job playing the body and breaks up the pass
*Ramsey takes a big hit and throws an interception. Will be a wait and see if Tuttle takes over.
*TOUCHDOWN MICHIGAN. Six yard touchdown pass to Ronnie Bell. Tied 7-7 with 5:45 remaining in the first quarter.
*Giles Jackson with a 50 yard reception to bring Michigan to the IU 7.
*IU allows Shea Patterson way too much time and Michigan gets the first down.
*TOUCHDOWN INDIANA. Stevie Scott goes over the top for the two-yard score to open the game for IU. IU leads 7-0 with 10:07 remaining in the first quarter.
*IU breaks into the redzone for the first time today.
*Defensive pass interference gets IU into Michigan territory
*Big first play to Ty Fryfogle for 16 yard reception.
*Michigan wins the coin toss and will defer to the second half. IU will get the ball first.
*Junior receiver Whop Philyor is out for IU today. Freshman David Ellis is poised to take more reps in his place this afternoon.
*IU lost to Penn State last week but is 2-0 this season when playing off a loss. Michigan is 3-0 since losing to Penn State 28-21 on October 19.
*Hello and welcome to today's Instant Recap for IU football's Saturday afternoon matchup with No. 13 Michigan. The Hoosiers are celebrating Senior Day for their final home game of the season at Memorial Stadium.
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