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Hoosiers tied with Michigan early in the second

Denard Robinson showed why he is getting a lot of buzz.

The Michigan quarterback rushed for more than 100 yards in his first three carries. He rushed for a touchdown (72 yards) and also threw a 32-yard touchdown to give the Wolverines a 14-7 lead against the Hoosiers at the end of the first quarter.

Indiana took advantage of a fumble, marching 99 yards to tie game at 14 early in the second quarter.

Indiana's defense is having a difficult time keeping up with Michigan's speed.

The Hoosiers did strike first as quarterback Ben Chappell led IU 77 yards on the opening drive of the game. Chappell completed a 5-yard touchdown to Duwyce Wilson to give IU a 7-0 lead.

Robinson went 72 yards on the second play of Michigan's first drive for a game-tying score.

Robinson threw a short pass to Roy Roundtree, who zipped by Matt Ernest on the way to a 32-yard touchdown.

Michigan had another chance to score again when Robinson and Roundtree hooked up for a 74-yard completion. The Wolverines reached Indiana's 1, where Robinson fumbled. IU linebacker Tyler Replogle recovered for the Hoosiers.

IU turned it around and went 99 yards for a touchdown early in the second quarter to tie the game at 14. Running back Darius Willis capped the drive with a 22-yard run.

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