Michigan flawless in scoring drive

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- That's how it's supposed to look.

Michigan should save the tape of its 9-play, 74-yard touchdown drive to go ahead 20-7 against Western Michigan. The offensive line mauled the Broncos, and multiple players stepped up on the sustained scoring march.

Denard Robinson flashed his moves, avoiding a sack and wrong-footing several Broncos defenders on a 12-yard run. Receiver Roy Roundtree made a terrific grab on one of few errant passes by Robinson, and running backs Fitzgerald Toussaint and Michael Shaw showed impressive burst.

Michigan might not be as explosive on offense this season, but sustained drives like that one will go a long way in Big Ten play.