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2016 Schedule
2-2, 2nd in Big Ten - East
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Trojans lead a class of 11 ousted from the playoff (1:20)
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Michigan records 326 rushing yards in dominating win (1:06)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 4 Michigan moves to 4-0 by pummeling Penn State, 49-10. A big test waits for the Wolverines next week. Wisconsin should be ranked in the top 10 when the Badgers get to Ann Arbor next Saturday.

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Penn State LB ejected for targeting (1:06)

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Michigan's 28 first-half points against Penn State are the most the Wolverines have scored in a first half against the Nittany Lions. This is the sixth first-half shutout for Michigan in the last two seasons, tied with Florida for the most in the FBS during that time.

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Wolverines piling it on Nittany Lions

Michigan's Karan Higdon punches it in from two yards out. No. 4 Michigan leads Penn State 28-0 at halftime on ABC.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Brown said this week he wanted to force Penn State into a lot of "high freeze" (looking to sideline for the play after initially getting set) to slow things down. He has, and it's working. Michigan has sacks on one-third of the Nittany Lions' pass attempts and has held them to negative-3 rushing yards.

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Wolverines take 21-0 lead in Big House

Michigan QB Wilton Speight finds Devin Asiasi in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard TD. The No. 4 Wolverines lead Penn State 21-0 on ABC.

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Penn State LB ejected for targeting

Penn State LB Brandon Smith was ejected for targeting on this hard hit near the goal line against Michigan.

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Wolverines are driving again

Michigan RB De'Veon Smith's 39-yard run has the Wolverines eyeing the end zone for the third time. No. 4 Michigan leads Penn State 14-0 at the end of the first quarter on ABC.

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Michigan takes early two-score lead

Michigan's De'Veon Smith punches it in from two yards out to give the No. 4 Wolverines a 14-0 lead over Penn State in the first quarter on ABC.

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Peppers' big return sets up Michigan TD

Jabrill Peppers came just a few yards shy of running back a Penn State punt for a TD. However, No. 4 Michigan punched it in soon after to take a 7-0 lead on ABC.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan decides to go for it on fourth down from the 1-yard line and fullback Khalid Hill powers in for his fourth score of the year. A 7-0 lead and an early statement from the Wolverines.

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Watch: Penn State at No. 4 Michigan

Michigan's Jabrill Peppers comes off a week in which he became the first player to concurrently win the Big Ten Defensive and Special Teams Player of the Week. PSU is 0-5 against ranked teams under James Franklin. Michigan has won 32 of their last 34 Big Ten openers. Live on ABC/WatchESPN

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Michigan heavily favored in Big House

FPI expects No. 4 Michigan to beat Penn State by about 16 or 17 points in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines are given a 66 percent chance of starting 7-0 before traveling to Michigan State on Oct. 29. Week 4's top games (Insider)

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Team Stats

Passing Yards237.3Tied-66th
Rushing Yards101.3122nd
Points For29.0Tied-73rd
Points Against32.8Tied-98th

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