Postgame Notes: Penn State 41, Michigan 31

Oct. 30, 2010

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• Sophomore quarterback Denard Robinson gained 381 yards of total offense against the Nittany Lions. He completed 11-of-23 passes for 190 yards and one touchdown and added 191 rushing yards on 27 carries with three touchdowns.

• Robinson set the Big Ten season record for rushing yards by a quarterback with his 191-yard effort at Penn State. He has 1,287 yards rushing on the season, surpassing the previous record of 1,270 yards set by Indiana's Antwaan Randle El in 2000.

• Robinson has cracked the 100-yard rushing barrier in seven of the eight games this season. He carried the ball 14 times for 104 yards in the first half, scoring on a 32-yard run.

• Junior tight end Kevin Koger's 60-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter was the longest catch of his career. He has five TD receptions in his career.

• Michigan made two changes to the starting lineup defensively, moving redshirt freshman free safety Cam Gordon to the bandit position and starting true freshman Ray Vinopal at the free safety spot. It was the first career start for Vinopal.

• Vinopal contributed a career-high six tackles in his first career start.

Kenny Demens and Jonas Mouton led the defense with 12 tackles apiece.

• Junior/sophomore middle Kenny Demens registered a career-high 12 tackles and added one TFL. It marked a career high for Demens, who made his second career start.

• Junior/sophomore cornerback J.T. Floyd collected a career-best two pass breakups and added seven tackles. He had three straight conference games with double-digit tackles entering the Penn State game.

• Redshirt freshman Jeremy Gallon had a 47-yard, career-long kick return in the third quarter. He finished the game with five kick returns for 124 yards and added two punt returns for 12 yards.

• Redshirt freshman spur Thomas Gordon and weakside linebacker Jonas Mouton picked up one sack apiece in the game.

• Redshirt freshman kicker Seth Broekhuizen converted a 37-yard, career-long field at 8:43 of the second quarter.

Will Hagerup made his career debut kicking off for Michigan, booming his first kick two yards deep into the end zone. Hagerup had a 55-yard punt and kicked off five times with one touchback.

• The game captains for tonight's contest were Greg Banks and Jonas Mouton to go along with season captains Mark Moundros and Stephen Schilling.

• Michigan suffered its third straight defeat to Penn State and second straight at Beaver Stadium.

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