A pair of defensive touchdowns have highlighted a sloppy first half, and Michigan leads Purdue 14-13.
Purdue's offense has been largely inefficient, regardless who is at quarterback. Justin Siller made a surprise start -- the fourth QB this year to start a game -- but got hurt on the first play. Sean Robinson and Rob Henry, another surprise considering coach Danny Hope dubbed him a long way from being ready, split the rest of the plays.
Henry rushed for 66 yards on nine carries, and Robinson completed 4 of 9 passes for 21 yards and had an interception.
Michigan led 14-3 and appeared to be headed in for another score when Ricardo Allen picked off Denard Robinson's pass and returned it 94 yards for a touchdown to keep Purdue in the game.
Carson Wiggs added a 46-yard field goal later in the half to make it 14-13 at half.