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2017 Schedule
4-0, 1st in Big Ten - East
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Harbaugh proud of team after win over Purdue (0:37)
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Red zone efficiency important to Michigan, O'Korn (0:58)
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Michigan wins despite loss of Speight (1:10)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan beat Purdue 28-10 in an offensive struggle for both teams. The Wolverines' defense came through to help secure the win, holding Purdue's offense to 14 total yards of offense in the fourth quarter. The Wolverines won the game, but lost starting quarterback Wilton Speight, who was injured in the first quarter and never returned. His status is still unknown going beyond this game.

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Evans' 49-yard TD adds to Michigan's lead (0:40)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Talk about a second-half turnaround. After trailing 10-7 at halftime, Michigan has scored 3 TDs in the 2nd half while Purdue's offense has has 0 1st downs in the second half.

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Rushing TD from Isaac extends Michigan's lead (0:26)
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Wolverines regain lead with rushing TD (0:33)
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Speight exits Michigan win, to be re-evaluated

Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight was injured on a sack, left the game and headed straight to the locker room late in the first quarter of the Wolverines' win at Purdue.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue leads Michigan 10-7 at halftime after Michigan's offense continues to have issues. Only 131 total yards on offense for the Wolverines and an interception from backup quarterback John O'Korn. Starter Wilton Speight left the game in the first quarter after taking an awkward hit on a sack, and is yet to return.

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Michigan strikes first on O'Korn-to-Gentry TD (0:39)
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Herbstreit: Michigan will fix its red zone scoring against Purdue (1:14)
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The Wolverine of Wall Street (4:29)
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Why Michigan struggles mightily in the red zone (1:27)
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McShay's Top 32: Hurst slips one spot

Maurice Hurst is highly disruptive against the run and has been causing issues for opposing offenses, despite his production not quite being there this season.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan has a unique perspective on Jim Harbaugh because Rogan played running back for Harbaugh at San Diego, coached with him at Stanford and now works for him at Michigan. Rogan said there are similarities and differences between coach Jim Harbaugh and boss Jim Harbaugh. The main difference is that Harbaugh has an open door policy for his players and Rogan needs to go to Harbaugh with solutions instead of problems.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Part of J.T. Rogan's job at Michigan is to organize and coordinate VIP visitors for Michigan home games. Some of the guests have included former Michigan players, Detroit Pistons players, rapper Big Sean and Eminem's manager. During the games, Rogan makes sure the guests are well accommodated, including the family of Jim Harbaugh.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan's day isn't over yet, but his time with ESPN.com is. Rogan has more tasks to complete and will be at Schembechler until they are all checked off his list.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan's desk is right in front of Jim Harbaugh's office, so Rogan often acts as a gatekeeper. Quarterback Wilton Speight prods Rogan to see if Harbaugh is available.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan checking in with director of recruiting Matt Dudek about putting in padded seats for recruits, VIP's and coach guests during games.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan talks about his experience at Michigan and what he has seen over the last 13 months on the job.

Team Stats

Passing Yards223.073rd
Rushing Yards184.353rd
Points For31.5Tied-60th
Points Against13.5Tied-12th

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