Blake Corum rushed for 145 yards as third-ranked Michigan Wolverines defeated Penn State 24-15 at Beaver Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
After an exchange of Punts to start the game, Alex Felkins scored on Kicked a 20-yard field goal to cap off a 13-play 66-yard drive that was capped off by a 19-yard pass from Drew Allar to Tyler Warren, and an 11-yard run by Allar.
Michigan answered on a three-yard touchdown run by Blake Corum that capped off a nine-play, 75-yard drive that featured a J.J. McCarthy 13-yard pass to Cornelius Johnson a 13-yard McCarthy run a 19-yard reception By Semaj Morgan.
After forcing a Penn State punt on its ensuing possession, Donavan Edwards scored on a 22-yard touchdown run that capped off a six-play, 78-yard drive. The drive was highlighted by an 11-yard reception by Johnson and a 44-yard run by Corum.
Penn State answered with an 11-yard touchdown run by Allar that capped a 10-play,75-yard drive that featured a 34-yard run by Kaytron Allen, and a 13-yard reception by Kaden Saunders.
Michigan led 14-9 at halftime.
Penn State got the ball to start the second half and Allar fumbled the ball in Michigan around midfield, which was recovered by Mic Paige.
Michigan capitalized on a James Turner 23-yard field goal as Michigan bled 8:04 off the clock on a 13-play-45-yard drive.
Michigan led 17-9 at the end of the third quarter.
After an exchange of punts, in the fourth quarter, Penn State went for it on 4th and six on its own 30-yard line and did not convert. On Michigan’s first play, Corum ran for a 30-yard touchdown to apparently seal the game.
Penn State answered on the next drive when Allar connected with Theo Johnson, however, they went for two when it didn’t require it on a questionable formation and did not convert.
Penn State will host Rutgers on Senior Day next Saturday, while Michigan will go back on the road next weekend when they travel to Maryland.