The Michigan Wolverines have a pretty dynamic player in the backfield with Denard Robinson under center, a fact that the Ohio State Buckeyes are becoming quite familiar with on Saturday afternoon. The Buckeyes have a dual-threat in Braxton Miller, too, and both quarterbacks have led their teams to second half scores with the Big Ten game now a three-point affair.
Robinson leads the Wolverines in both passing and rushing through three quarters on Saturday afternoon. The Michigan quarterback has completed 11 of his 13 passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns while contributing 124 yards and two more scores on the ground, but his team trails 31-30 early in the fourth quarter.
The Buckeyes nearly scored a touchdown to take the lead after receiving good field position when punter Will Hagerup was unable to get his kick away, but Ohio State wasn't able to capitalize when Miller rushed for 23 yards to give his team a first-and-goal from the five-yard line. They eventually settled field goal from 21 yards out.