Saturday, September 25, 2010

Live blog: Wolverines improve to 4-0

By Anthony Fenech
Free Press Special Writer

Michigan wins, 65-21

Free Press special writer Anthony Fenech is live-blogging today's Michigan vs. Bowling Green game. Anthony couldn't find a ride to Ann Arbor, so he'll be bringing you his thoughts off of ESPN2's telecast.

Feel free to discuss the game with Anthony in the chat below. For those of you on our mobile site, we will post periodic game updates below the chat. Enjoy the game, everyone!

First quarter

Robinson scores on a two-yard keeper, 7-0 Wolverines.

UM up 14-0 with 9:28 left, another rushing touchdown by Robinson.

Another huge run by Robinson but he's hobbling after play. Devin Gardner is the new Michigan quarterback.

Touchdown by Gallon, call stands after review. Wolverines up, 21-0, with 4:21 left.

Quarter ends, same score, 21-0.

Second quarter

With 11:30 to go, Bowling Green on 1-yard line.

2nd and goal for BG, penalty on offense.

Bowling Green breaks through on 4th down, touchdown with 8:53 left.

Michigan leads, 21-7.

Penalty on Molk calls back Gardner touchdown pass for Michigan.

UM turns it over on downs. BG capitalizes, scores with 5:07 left. Michigan leads, 21-14.

Forcier now in at QB for Michigan.

1st down for Michigan with 1:44 left.

Shaw touchdown with 42 seconds left. U-M up 28-14.

Third quarter

Second half under way.

Bad snap to punter for Bowling Green; Michigan safety. Wolverines lead, 30-14, with 13:38 left.

Forcier TD pass to John McCogan, Michigan leads 37-14 with nine minutes left.

Vincent Smith breaks a tackle, heads to the end zone, Michigan up 43-14 with 7:21 remaining in third quarter. Extra point good.

Fourth quarter

On 4th and goal, Bowling Green's Hopgood runs in for a touchdown after good stops by U-M defense. Michigan leads, 44-21.

Vincent Smith scores again, Wolverines lead, 51-21 with 13:27 left in the game.

Toussaint runs for 61 yards, down to BG 6-yard line. And scores one play later, 58-21.

Gardner in at QB, runs for touchdown with 3:11 left. U-M leads, 65-21.

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