ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Devin Asiasi scored his first college touchdown, a 3-yard catch from Wilton Speight, and Karan Higdon’s 2-yard touchdown in the final minute of the first half has given Michigan a 28-0 lead over Penn State at Michigan Stadium.
Michigan’s defensive line has dominated the Nittany Lions. Michigan has sacked Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley five times in the first half. By comparison, McSorley was sacked five times in Penn State’s first three games.
Michigan has rushed for 107 yards and Penn State has minus-7 yards on the run. Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight is 15 for 24 passing for 152 yards and one touchdowns. McSorley is 6 for 11 for 57 yards.