Nov. 24, 2012
Today's announced attendance of 105,899 marks the largest crowd ever for a Michigan-Ohio State game at Ohio Stadium.
Despite the loss, the Wolverines hold a 58-45-6 advantage in the all-time series against the Buckeyes.
Senior quarterback Denard Robinson carried the ball 10 times for 122 yards to move into second place in NCAA history in rushing yards by a quarterback. He upped his career total to 4,395 rushing yards to pass Missouri's Brad Smith (2,489). Robinson needs 85 yards to reach West Virginia's Pat White for first place.
NCAA Career Rushing Yards By Quarterback
1. 4,480 - Pat White, West Virginia (2005-08)
2. 4,395 - Denard Robinson (2009-present)
3. 4,289 - Brad Smith, Missouri (2002-05)
Denard Robinson increased his career rushing yardage to 4,395 to move to third place among Michigan's all-time leaders in the category, passing Jamie Morris (4,393, 1984-87). He needs 79 yards to reach the second spot, currently held by Anthony Thomas (4,472, 1997-00).
Denard Robinson's 19 career 100-yard rushing games rank fourth in U-M history.
After posting a 67-yard rushing touchdown run in the second quarter, Robinson became Michigan's all-time leader in touchdowns scored (91), surpassing Chad Henne (2004-07, 90) for the most touchdowns responsible for.
Denard Robinson's 91 touchdowns rank second in Big Ten history behind former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees, who posted 106 touchdowns from 1997-2000.
Most Career Touchdowns in Big Ten All-Time
1. 106 (90 pass, 16 rush) - Drew Brees, Purdue (1997-2000)
2. 91 (49 pass, 42 rush) - Denard Robinson, Michigan (2009-12)
3. 90 (87 pass, 3 rush) - Chad Henne, Michigan (2004-07)
4. 89 (74 pass, 15 rush) - Chuck Long, Iowa (1981-85)
T5. 87 (42 pass, 45 rush) - Antwaan Randle El, Indiana (1998-2001)
T5. 82 (72 pass, 10 rush) - Adam Weber, Minnesota 2007-10
6. 82 (48 pass, 34 rush) - Rick Leach, Michigan 1975-78
Denard Robinson posted 122 yards of total offense to move into sixth place in Big Ten history in total offense, surpassing former Illinois quarterback Juice Williams (2006-09, 10,594).
Big Ten Career Total Offense Leaders
1. 12,692 - Drew Brees, Purdue (1997-00)
2. 11,790 - Adam Weber, Minnesota (2007-10)
3. 11,576 - Brett Basanez, Northwestern (2002-05)
4. 11,511 - Curtis Painter, Purdue (2005-08)
5. 11,364 - Antwaan Randle El, Indiana (1998-01)
6. 10,669 - Denard Robinson, Michigan (2009-present)
7 10,594 - Juice Williams, Illinois (2006-09)
Denard Robinson is tied with former West Virginia quarterback Pat White for the most career games with 100+ rushing yards and a rushing score by a quarterback (16) since 2004.
Fifth-year senior wide receiver Roy Roundtree posted three receptions for 92 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown catch. Roundtree improved his career receiving yards to 2,277 to move to seventh among Michigan's all-time leaders, passing Marquise Walker (2,269, 1998-01) and Jason Avant (2,247, 2002-05). With 151 career receptions, Roundtree remains seventh among U-M's all-time leaders in the category. He needs one more reception to tie David Terrell (152, 1998-00) for sixth all time.
Roy Roundtree has posted at least 80 receiving yards in each of Michigan's last three games.
Junior quarterback/wide receiver Devin Gardner completed 11-of-20 passes for 171 yards and one touchdown. He also posted one rushing touchdown. Gardner has posted at least two touchdowns in every game he has played at quarterback this season.
Devin Gardner threw a career-long 75-yard touchdown pass to Roundtree in the first quarter.
Senior/junior wide receiver Jeremy Gallon led U-M with a team-high six receptions for 67 yards.
Sophomore linebackerJake Ryanforced his fourth fumble of the season, tying Mike Taylor (1971), LaMarr Woodley (2006) andShawn Crable(2007) for the U-Msingle-season record in the category.Ryan's five career forced fumbles rank tied for seventh all-time at Michigan with Ernest Shazor (2002-04) and Marlin Jackson (2001-04).
Jake Ryan has tallied a tackle-for-loss in 16 of his last 18 games dating back to last season.
Senior defensive end Craig Roh made his 50th consecutive start, tying former U-M offensive lineman Jon Jansen's school record for all-time starts. Roh also now owns the most consecutive starts and total starts among defensive linemen in program history.
Sophomore defensive end Frank Clark recorded a sack for the second consecutive game, taking down Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller for a loss of seven yards in the second quarter.
Senior/junior safety Thomas Gordon tallied his first sack of the season. It marked Gordon's first quarterback takedown since U-M played at Penn State on Oct. 30, 2010.
Sophomore linebacker Desmond Morgan paced Michigan with 11 tackles, including five solo stops. Morgan has posted double-digit tackles four times in his career.
Senior defensive tackle William Campbell posted a career-high 10 tackles.
Fifth-year senior linebacker Kenny Demens has notched at least five tackles in nine straight games.
Junior defensive tackle Jibreel Black posted his second sack of the season, in the first quarter. He now has 3.5 career sacks.
Junior safety Marvin Robinson tallied his first career fumble recovery, scooping up the ball on a muffed punt by Ohio State in the second quarter.