The Purdue Boilermakers ended up being no match for the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday following a de facto bye week for Denard Robinson's football team. After a week off, however, it looked like it was Fitzgerald Toussaint's team as the running back back rushed for two touchdowns on the way to the 36-14 final score.
Toussaint, a 5-foot-10 sophomore, rushed for 170 yards and two touchdowns while willing the Wolverines to a win on Saturday. Robinson, one of the most exciting players in college football, was held to just 170 yards through the air and 63 yards on the ground with a touchdown and interception to boot.
The Boilermakers really couldn't get anything going after scoring on the game's opening possession. Robert Marve finished the second half for Caleb TerBush, but the two combined to complete 17 of their 27 passing attempts for 222 yards and two touchdowns. While that line doesn't look terrible, Purdue only converted on three of their 13 third-down conversion attempts.
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