1. Benjamin Hall outgains Blake Corum in mop-up duty
The freshman didn’t enter the contest until late, but he made the most out of his carries. He averaged over six yards a crack and led the team with 58 yards on the ground. Blake Corum had 52, which is his lowest total since 2022 Ohio State, but technically it was dating back to 2021 against Georgia in the playoff loss.
For Hall, it’s just the beginning of working his way to be the next in line behind Corum, perhaps as soon as next season. Hall’s longest run was for 19 yards, while Corum climbed into the top four on Michigan’s all-time touchdown list for rushers. He now has 12 on the season and 43 in his sensational career.
Donovan Edwards finally reached the endzone for the first time in 2023. The crowd went nuts and Michigan football fans on social media and his teammates were genuinely thrilled for him. The staff knew they had to get him a trip to the house after coming so close on Saturday and throughout the previous six affairs.