With the 13-10 victory over Wisconsin, Michigan won its 800th game in school history. Michigan's all-time record in 121 years is 800-260-36.
Thomas the Train
Senior tailback Anthony Thomas (Winnfield, La./Winnfield HS), with his 29 carries on the day, surpassed Butch Woolfolk (718) for second place on the all-time rushing attempts list with 730.
Henson with the Reins
Junior quarterback Drew Henson (Brighton, Mich./Brighton HS) made his first career start, in his 20 games played. Henson completed the second longest pass of his career, a 45-yard strike to Marquise Walker (Syracuse, N.Y./Henniger HS). Henson's 257 yards on the day give him 1,198 yards passing in his career.
Todd Howard (Bolingbrook, Ill./Bolingbrook HS) made his first career interception, off Wisconsin's Brooks Bollinger in the end zone to end the Badgers' scoring drive. Howard grabbed his second interception on the closing play of the game.
David Terrell's (Richmond, Va./Huguenot HS) game-winning touchdown reception marked the fifth consecutive game this season with a TD catch (six overall, including the Orange Bowl against Alabama). For the game, Terrell had five catches for 96 yards, marking the fourth time in five games he has 90 yards or better. On the season he has 26 catches for 478 yards and five touchdowns. Terrell has at least one catch in 18 consecutive games. With today's five receptions, he moves into a tie for ninth in career receptions with Greg McMurtry (1986-89). The touchdown reception was his 14th career to tie Jim Smith (1973-76) for eighth place.
True freshman Larry Stevens (Tacoma, Wash./Woodrow Wilson HS) made his first career start as a Wolverine against Wisconsin.
Wisconsin is the first team to score points on the Wolverines in the first quarter this season.
Marquise Walker earned his 50th career reception and surpassed the 500-yard receiving mark on a 45-yard reception from Drew Henson. Walker finished the day with seven receptions for a career-best 130 yards giving him 56 career receptions for 622 yards. Walker has at least one catch in 16 consecutive games. It was Walker's first 100-yard receiving game.
Michigan has won four straight games against the Badgers and is now 45-10-1 all-time against Wisconsin. The Wolverines have won 11 of the last 13 matchups and 26 of the last 29 meetings. This marks the fourth straight season that Michigan and Wisconsin have been ranked entering the game.
Head coach Lloyd Carr is 21-9 against ranked opponents after today's victory. Carr has won eight of his last nine against ranked foes. Carr's all-time coaching record in September improves to 20-3. Carr's overall record is 53-14 overall (33-9 Big Ten).
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