The Michigan Wolverines lead the Nebraska Cornhuskers at the half of a critical Big Ten divisional game, whichever division that may be. The score is 17-10, with Denard Robinson responsible for both of those Big Blue touchdowns.
Robinson has 76 yards rushing and 98 passing on 11 attempts, with a score each by ground and by air. Fitzgerald Toussaint has tacked on 51 yards rushing for the Wolverines, making Michigan's 130-to-60 rushing yards advantage the biggest box score differential so far.
Actually, there's this too: Michigan has converted most of its nine third downs, while Nebraska's converted none of its five. You can't win one or another Big Ten division without converting some third downs, but the new guys might not yet be aware of that.