Oct. 2, 2010
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Michigan improves to 16-1 all-time at Memorial Stadium and won its eighth straight at the venue.
The Wolverines claimed their 17th straight win against the Hoosiers with its last loss coming in 1987, when the Hoosiers defeated the Wolverines, 14-7, at Memorial Stadium.
Sophomore quarterback Denard Robinson accounted for 494 total offensive yards. He completed 10-of-16 passes for 277 yards and a career-best three touchdowns.
Robinson had his fifth straight 100-yard rushing performance with 217 yards on 19 carries. He rushed nine times for 153 yards and one TD in the first half.
Robinson scored his second career game-winning touchdown on a four-yard run with 17 seconds left in the contest.
Robinson had 305 yards of total offense at the half, 153 yards on the ground and 152 passing.
Robinson tossed a 70-yard touchdown pass to senior/junior receiver Junior Hemingway, the longest passing play in Robinson's career and longest reception in Hemingway's.
Junior/sophomore slot receiver Roy Roundtree had his second straight 100-yard receiving game and the fourth of his career with five receptions for 126 yards and one touchdown. Roundtree caught three passes for 113 yards and one TD in the first half.
Sophomore superback Vincent Smith had a season-high 80 yards on nine carries and scored one touchdown.
Smith had a 56-yard touchdown run, the longest rush of his career, surpassing the 37-yard scamper against Delaware State last season.
Hemingway had his second career 100-yard receiving game with 126 on five catches. He had 103 receiving yards on five catches against Western Michigan on Sept. 5, 2009.
Fifth-year senior linebacker Jonas Mouton posted his second double-digit tackle game of the season, posting 12 stops. He also contributed one tackle for a loss of one yard and one pass breakup.
Redshirt freshman free safety Cameron Gordon stopped an Indiana scoring chance with a goal line interception, his second pick in three games.
Gordon finished the contest with a career-high 15 tackles and the interception. He returned the pick 19 yards and the turnover led to a Michigan touchdown.
Gordon and Mouton led the defense with nine tackles and one tackle for loss in the first half.
Fifth-year senior Greg Banks picked up a sack for the second straight game with a third-quarter stop of Ben Chappell. Banks concluded the game with four tackles, the sack for 11 yards and 1.5 TFLs.
Freshman punter Will Hagerup and defensive end Jibreel Black played against their older siblings at Indiana. Will's brother Chris is the starting punter for the Hoosiers and Jibreel's brother Larry is IU's starting nose tackle. Hagerup had four punts with a 48.3-yard average. Black played defensive end in the contest and registered one tackle.
Junior tight end Kevin Koger scored his first touchdown of the season on a three-yard pass from Robinson late in the second quarter. It was his first touchdown reception since the Notre Dame game on Sept. 12, 2009.
Freshman Carvin Johnson returned to the starting lineup at the hybrid linebacker/safety position after missing the previous three games with a leg injury. Johnson posted two stops in the contest.
In addition to season captains Mark Moundros and Stephen Schilling, the Wolverines game captains for the Indiana game were linebacker Kevin Leach and receiver/holder Doug Rogan.
Courtney Avery (5) and Al Backey (38) switched jersey numbers prior to the game.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell threw for the most passing yards ever by an opponent against the Wolverines. His 480 passing yards surpassed the 436 yards by Northwestern's Sandy Schwab on Oct. 23, 1982.
Indiana held a wide margin in total offensive play (52 to 21) and time of possession (21:26 to 8:34) over Michigan in the first half.