Purdue Vs. Michigan Score Update: Knotted Up At 7-7 After Early Scores

We have the early symptoms of a shootout in Ann Arbor, with the Purdue Boilermakers and the Michigan Wolverines driving the ball with ease for touchdowns on their opening possessions.

Purdue scored on a 48-yard screen pass from Caleb TerBush to Gary Bush to get on the scoreboard first. The play came on third-and-10 and featured several missed Wolverine tackles, who are without starting safety Jordan Kovacs for the game.

The Wolverines were much more methodical, finding the endzone after 12 plays, grinding out over six minutes on the clock. Denard Robinson capped the drive, plowing into endzone from two yards out on second down. Ftizgerald Toussaint had 23 yards rushing on the drive.

For more on the Wolverines, head over to the SB Nation blog Maize N Brew. Check out Hammer And Rails for all thing Purdue. As always, stay tuned to our storystream for live scoring updates on all of today's games.  

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