Purdue Vs. Michigan Halftime Score: Wolverines Look Good Following Bye Week

The Michigan Wolverines had a bye last week after dropping their first game of the season the week before, leaving a lot of people interested in exactly what the team would look like in Saturday's game against the Purdue Boilermakers. Michigan did not get off to a good start, but answered with 22 points to give themselves a 22-7 lead at halftime. Check here for Michigan vs. Purdue live score updates.

In a surprise move, quarterback Denard Robinson has only accounted for one of the Wolverines touchdowns -- a two-yard run -- as he attempts to lead Michigan to its seventh victory of the season. In lieu of his scoring, running back Fitzgerald Toussaint has a touchdown, Brendan Gibbons has kicked through a pair of field goals and Mike Martin sacked Caleb TerBush in the end zone for a safety.

Purdue's lone touchdown, which came on the game's opening possession, came on a 48-yard connection from TerBush to Gary Bush. The Boilermakers haven't been able to move the ball since, however, as they finished the first half just 2-for-6 on third-down attempts.

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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