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Game summary

Shea Patterson threw five touchdown passes and three to Nico Collins, both career-highs, as the Michigan offense racked up 453 total yards in a 39-14 road win at Indiana on Saturday.

Final leaders

Passing

UM - Shea Patterson: 20/32, 366 yds., 5 TDs, INT

IU - Peyton Ramsey: 17/29, 217 yds., INT

Rushing

UM - Zach Charbonnet: 8 atts., 46 yds.

IU - Stevie Scott: 13 atts., 54 yds., INT

Receiving

UM - Nico Collins: 6 recs., 165 yds., 3 TDs

IU - Peyton Hendershot: 6 recs., 62 yds.

Indiana runs out the clock on offense

Indiana takes over at the 17.

Sampson James rushes for 4 yards on first down and 4 yards on second down. Sampson moves the chains with a 2-yard run on third down.

James rushes for 12 yards on the next play, setting up first-and-10 at the 41.

Jack Tuttle, now in at quarterback for Indiana, throws complete to David Ellis for a gain of 7. Tuttle rushes for a yard on second down. Sampson rushes for another yard on third down to bring up fourth-and-1. Tuttle uses his feet to pick up the first down with a gain of 2 to the Michigan 48.

Ahrod Lloyd rushes for 7 yards on first down and 4 yards on second down. Indiana has a new set of downs at the Michigan 37.

Indiana runs out the clock on the ground.

FINAL: Michigan 39, Indiana 14 

Patterson picked off in red zone on quest for sixth touchdown throw

Michigan takes over at its own 4.

Hassan Haskins rushes for 5 yards on first down and 4 on second down. Haskins keeps the chains moving with a 3-yard run on third down.

Shea Patterson rushes for 2 yards on first down. A pass interference penalty called on Indiana on second down gives Michigan a first down at its 33.

Patterson goes back to Black on the next play, this time for a gain of 6. Patterson's second-down throw is hurried and falls incomplete. Mike Sainristil makes a terrific catch down the left sideline on third down for a gain of 35 to the Indiana 26.

Patterson's throw to Saintristil on the next play is behind the receiver, falling incomplete. Tru Wilson rushes for no gain on second down. Micah McFadden picks off Patterson on an errant throw over the middle of the field that's wildly off the mark.

Michigan 39, Indiana 14 (8:07 4th)

Michigan defense opens fourth quarter with red-zone stop

Indiana takes over at the 25.

Peyton Ramsey connects with Nick Westbrook on first down for a gain of 29 yards. 

Ramsey's throw to Stevie Scott on the next play is caught, but Scott is immediately hit for no gain. Sampson James rushes for 2 yards on second down.

END 3RD: Michigan 39, Indiana 14 

Ramsey throws complete to Miles Marshall out of the break for a 32-yard gain, giving Indiana a first down at the Michigan 11.

Ramsey's first-down throw to Hendershot falls incomplete. 

Timeout #1 Michigan (14:26 4th)

Ty Fryfogle hauls in a pass for 7 yards on second down to set up third-and-3. Sampson James rushes for no gain on third down. Ramsey's throw to David Ellis on fourth-and-3 is overthrown.

Michigan 39, Indiana 14 (13:20 4th)

Uche's strip-sack leads to Collins' third touchdown catch

Peyton Ramsey throws incomplete to Donovan Hale on first down. He's forced to get rid of it quickly by Josh Uche on second down, resulting in an incompletion. Uche then strip-sacks Ramsey on third down, recovering the fumble for Michigan at the 19.

Michigan 32, Indiana 14  (1:46 3rd)

Shea Patterson goes right back to Collins in the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown pass, tying a career-best five touchdown passes for Patterson.

Michigan 39, Indiana 14 (1:39 3rd)

Wildcat look backfires on third down for Michigan

Michigan is flagged for a false start before, making it first-and-15.

Indiana's Marcelino Ball on first down is flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct. It'll be first-and-10 for the Wolverines from their own 36.

Shea Patterson's throw on first down is just a touch too deep for Ronnie Bell. Zach Charbonnet rushes for 7 yards on second down. Indiana isn't fooled by Michigan's wildcat look, and Hassan Haskins is dropped for a loss of 3 on third down.

Will Hart's punt is fair caught at the 29.

Michigan 32, Indiana 14 (2:03 3rd)

Michigan defense forces three-and-out after taking 18-point lead

Indiana will start at the 25.

Stevie Scott rushes for a yard on first down. Peyton Ramsey's second-down pass is hurried by Jordan Glasgow and thrown out of bounds. Donovan Hale's 16-yard reception on third down is negated for illegal touching. 

Haydon Whitehead's punt is downed at the 26.

Michigan 32, Indiana 14 (3:59 3rd)

Collins' big day gets bigger with 76-yard touchdown catch

Michigan starts at the 20 after a touchback on the punt.

Tru Wilson rushes for 4 yards on first down. Shea Patterson throws to Nico Collins on a slant route and he goes 76 yards untouched to the end zone for a Michigan touchdown. 

That gives Collins career-highs in receiving yards (146) and receiving touchdowns (two).

Dylan McCaffrey runs it in on Michigan's two-point attempt.

Michigan 32, Indiana 14 (5:10 3rd)

Michigan gets critical stop inside own territory

Indiana starts at the 25.

Indiana takes a holding penalty on first down, setting up first-and-20. Peyton Ramsey is sacked for a loss of 9 on first down, but rushes for 9 yards on second down. He completes a throw to Nick Westbrook that's good for exactly 20 and a new set of downs at the 45.

Ramsey's next throw to Donovan Hale can't be hauled in. Ramsey finds Peyton Hendershot in the seam on second down for a 24-yard connection, giving the Hoosiers a first down at the Michigan 41.

Hendershot catches a pass on the next play for a gain of 7. Stevie Scott rushes for 2 yards on second down. Ramsey's third-down throw to Hendershot is broken up along the sideline. Scott gets more than enough for the first down with a 4-yard gain on fourth down, but it's called back for holding.

Haydon Whitehead's punt goes for a touchback.

Michigan 24, Indiana 14 (6:03 3rd)

Michigan opens half with long drive, 24-14 lead

Giles Jackson returns the second-half kickoff to Michigan's 28.

Shea Patterson on first down hits Nick Eubanks for a gain of 8. Hassan Haskins is stuffed for no gain on a second-down run. Donovan Peoples-Jones has a step on his defender on third down, and Patterson finds him near the right sideline for a gain of 41 yards. Michigan has a first down at the Indiana 25.

Patterson's first-down throw to Tarik Black is overthrown. Zach Charbonnet rushes for 2 yards on second down. Patterson hits a diving Black on third down for 7 yards. Haskins keeps the drive alive with a 2-yard run on fourth-and-1.

Charbonnet rushes for 5 yards on first down, making it second-and-5 at the 9. Patterson's throw on second down to Sean McKeon is overthrown, but Michigan had an ineligible man downfield, anyway. Charbonnet drops a pass on third down that would have been blown up immediately, regardless.

Quinn Nordin gives Michigan a two-score lead.

Michigan 24, Indiana 14 (10:04 3rd)

Halftime leaders

Passing

UM - Shea Patterson: 13/18, 176 yds., 3 TDs

IU - Peyton Ramsey: 10/15, 98 yds., INT

Rushing

UM - Hassan Haskins: 7 atts., 33 yds.

IU - Stevie Scott: 10 atts., 50 yds., TD

Receiving

UM - Nico Collins: 4 recs., 70 yds., TD

IU - Peyton Hendershot: 4 recs., 31 yds.

Michigan boots away chance to extend lead before halftime

Shea Patterson throws complete to Donovan Peoples-Jones on first down for a gain of 8. Hassan Haskins moves the sticks with a 7-yard run on second down.

Haskins is stopped for a gain of 2 on the next play. Patterson's second-down throw to Nico Collins draws a pass interference flag, which gives Michigan a first down at midfield.

Giles Jackson runs for 6 yards on first down. Patterson throws incomplete to Tarik Black on second down. Tru Wilson gets the handoff on third down, only gaining a yard. 

Timeout #1 Indiana (0:54 2nd)

Will Hart's punt is downed at the Indiana 4.

Michigan 21, Indiana 14 (0:44 2nd)

Stevie Scott rushes for 9 yards on first down.

Timeout #1 Michigan (0:25 2nd)

Scott rushes for 5 more yards to close out the half.

END 2ND: Michigan 21, Indiana 14

Michigan defense forces third consecutive three-and-out

Indiana takes over at the 25. 

With starting running back Stevie Scott out of the game, Sampson James rushes for a gain of 1 on first down. Ramsey kicks it to Peyton Hendershot for a gain of 8 on second down. Donovan Hale is blown up by Josh Uche on third-and-1 to force a third consecutive three-and-out.

Haydon Whitehead's punt is downed at the Michigan 17.

Michigan 21, Indiana 14 (3:26 2nd)

Collins gives Michigan first lead of game

Michigan takes over at its 20.

Shea Patterson opens the drive with an 8-yard completion to Nico Collins. Zach Charbonnet moves the sticks with a 4-yard run on the next play. A face-mask penalty adds 15 yards to the end of the run, giving Michigan a first down at its 47.

Shea Patterson hits a wide-open Nico Collins on first down for a gain of 29 yards, then hurries to the line and fires another deep ball to Collins, this time for a 24-yard Michigan touchdown.

Four plays, 80 yards.

Michigan 21, Indiana 14 (5:37 2nd)

Offense coming at a premium in middle of second quarter

Peyton Ramsey's screen pass to Ty Fryfogle is immediately blown up and forced incomplete. He completes a throw to Peyton Hendershot on second down for a gain of 6, but he misfires on third down to end the drive.

Haydon Whitehead's punt goes for a touchback.

Michigan 14, Indiana 14 (7:03 2nd)

Bobbled throw results in quick end to Michigan drive

Zach Charbonnet rushes for 3 yards on first down and 3 more on second down. Shea Patterson's throw to Ronnie Bell on third down is bobbled while heading out of bounds, resulting in an incompletion.

Will Hart's punt goes just 24 yards and is downed at the Indiana 38.

Michigan 14, Indiana 14 (7:53 2nd)

Third-down sack secures three-and-out for Michigan defense

Indiana takes over at the 25. 

An unsportsmanlike penalty called on Michigan gives Indiana starting field position at the 40.

Ronnie Walker rushes for no gain on first down. Peyton Ramsey's second-down throw falls incomplete, and on third down, Ramsey is sacked by Aidan Hutchinson for a loss of 1.

Donovan Peoples-Jones returns Indiana's punt 7 yards to the Michigan 32.

Michigan 14, Indiana 14 (9:27 2nd)

Peoples-Jones' touchdown helps Michigan tie Indiana at 14

Giles Jackson is ruled to have scored a 100-yard kickoff return, but after review, Jackson is ruled down at the Michigan 37.

Hassan Haskins runs for 4 yards on first down and 7 yards on second down.

Shea Patterson takes a deep shot to Nico Collins that would have given the speedy receiver a chance to score, had it not landed just a touch beyond the target. Patterson connects with Tarik Black for a 17-yard gain on the next play, giving Michigan a new set of downs at the Indiana 34.

Zach Charbonnet then runs for 12 yards.

Patterson's throw to Donovan Peoples-Jones on first down falls incomplete. Indiana gets a favorable third-down setup after dragging down Giles Jackson for a gain of only 1 on second down. Peoples-Jones makes a beautiful catch in the end zone on third down to tie things back up.

Michigan 14, Indiana 14 (11:01 2nd)

Indiana takes 14-7 lead early in second quarter

Indiana quickly moves back into Michigan territory, thanks to a 6-yard completion from Peyton Ramsey to former Clinton Township Chippewa Valley receiver David Ellis. Ramsey throws incomplete to Peyton Hendershot on second down to bring up third-and-4. Ramsey goes back to Ellis on third down for a gain of 23 to the Michigan 23-yard-line.

Stevie Scott rushes for 2 yards on first down.

END 1ST: Michigan 7, Indiana 7

Scott breaks free out of the intermission, getting to the 4-yard-line for a gain of 17. He appears to have gotten to the pylon for an Indiana touchdown, but after review, they call him down at the 1. 

Ramsey rushes for a yard on the next play to regain the one-score advantage.

Indiana 14, Michigan 7 (14:09 2nd)

Michigan goes wrong way in attempt to take lead

Hassan Haskins runs for a gain of 7 before going out of bounds at the Michigan 38 on first down. Haskins moves the chains with a 5-yard pickup on second down.

Shea Patterson's first-down pass falls incomplete to Ronnie Bell. The entire offensive line is flagged for a false start before the next play, bringing up second-and-15, where Patterson is sacked for a loss of 5. Patterson is then forced to get rid of it in a hurry on third down, which results in an intentional grounding penalty. 

Brad Robbins' punt is downed at the Indiana 48.

Michigan 7, Indiana 7 (1:53 1st)

Michigan S Hill picks off pass in first career start

Indiana takes over at the 25.

Peyton Ramsey's first-down throw is caught by Ty Fryfogle, who shoots up the left sideline for a gain of 11 yards.

Ramsey on the next play throws complete to Peyton Hendershot for a gain of 5 that's quickly erased by a false start called on Indiana. Ramsey's next throw is incomplete to Nick Westbrook, but Lavert Hill is flagged for holding. It'll be third-and-1. Stevie Scott's 6-yard run is enough to move the chains.

Ramsey's next throw is intercepted by true freshman Daxton Hill at the Michigan 31.

Michigan 7, Indiana 7 (3:42 1st)

Michigan responds with authority, ties Indiana at 7

Michigan will take over at the 20.

Sean McKeon catches a pass on first down but is wrapped up for a loss of 2. Shea Patterson throws complete to Nico Collins on second down for a gain of 9. Hassan Haskins gets just enough to move the chains after pulling down a cross-body throw from Shea Patterson that hung in the air for an eternity.

Patterson then drops back and fires over the middle to Donovan Peoples-Jones for an 18-yard gain that gives Michigan a first down at its own 48.

Patterson's first-down throw is caught by Peoples-Jones but blown up for a loss of 5. Patterson responds by faking the give and firing deep to Giles Jackson down the left sideline for a gain of 50 yards. It'll be first-and-goal at the Indiana 7.

Haskins rushes for a yard on first down. Patterson connects with Ronnie Bell in the end zone on second down, and Michigan ties it up with the extra point.

Michigan 7, Indiana 7 (5:45 1st)

Indiana takes 7-0 lead against Michigan on opening drive

Indiana will start with the ball at its own 25.

Peyton Ramsey on the first play of the game completes a 16-yard throw to Ty Fryfogle, giving the Hoosiers a first down at the 41.

Ramsey throws complete to Donovan Hale for a gain of 6 on first down. He misses to Nick Westbrook on second down. A 15-yard pass interference penalty gives Indiana a new set of downs at the Michigan 38.

Ramsey then completes a pass to Peyton Hendershot, a 12-yard pickup.

Ramsey gets to the 20 with a 6-yard run on first down, then moves the chains again with a 5-yard completion to Fryfogle.

Stevie Scott runs for 4 yards on first down, and Ramsey makes it first-and-goal at the 4 with a 7-yard run.

Scott gets 2 yards on first down, 1 on second down, and punches it in from a yard out on third-and-goal.

Indiana 7, Michigan 0 (10:07 1st)

Pregame

Before playing The Game, Michigan has a pretty big game Saturday.

No. 12 Michigan takes on upstart Indiana on Saturday in a game between teams separated by just a game in the Big Ten East Division standings. It's a precursor to Michigan's regular-season finale against rival Ohio State.

Michigan rolls into Bloomington, having outscored its last three opponents by a combined 127-31. Indiana saw its four-game winning streak snapped last week by Penn State.

The Wolverines have won the last two games in Bloomington in overtime, including 27-20 in 2017.

Follow along for live updates from Detroit News contributor Nolan Bianchi.

MICHIGAN AT INDIANA

Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, Indiana

TV/radio: ESPN/950

Records: Michigan 8-2, 5-2 Big Ten; Indiana 7-3, 4-3

Line: Michigan by 9½

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