#16 Michigan 42, Illinois 25 (Final)

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  1. OSUBasketballJunkie

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    Michigan - 42
    Illinois - 25

    4th quarter
     
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    scUM offense hitting its stride.....bahhhhwaahhhhhaaa.

    Go Bucks
     
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    Michigan - 42
    Illinois - 25

    Final.
     
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    I think scUM takes an L the next 2 weeks or we found out if PSU are posers
     
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    No. 16 Michigan 42, Illinois 25
    This was a weird one as the Wolverines got up to a 28-0 lead and then proceeded to give up 25 unanswered to the Illini. Michigan's defense came alive in the fourth, however, allowing them to pull away late.

    Turnovers continue to be a major issue for Jim Harbaugh's offense as they lost another pair of fumbles on the day. It was a fine showing for the Wolverine ground game with Hassan Haskins (125) and Zach Charbonnet (115) each finding the end zone while surpassing the century mark. Shea Patterson completed just 50 percent of his passes for 194 yards and three scores. He added another touchdown with his legs.

    Illinois capitalized on Michigan's miscues but also had a pair of turnovers of their own. Matt Robinson threw for 192 yards and a touchdown. Josh Imatorbhebhe was the game's top receiver with five catches for 102 and a score. Robinson and Dre Brown both ran for touchdowns in the loss.

    A 17-point road win certainly isn't the worst thing in the world, but allowing Illinois to get within three points in the fourth quarter isn't exactly encouraging for the Wolverines.
     

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