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    Michigan Wolverines vs. Western Michigan Broncos

    Michigan regained the lead with a 37-yard field goal by Jake Moody for a 10-7 advantage with 4:21 left in the first quarter.

    The field goal was set up by a 79-yard kickoff return by Blake Corum, setting up the Wolverines’ second drive at Western Michigan’s 21-yard line. Michigan, however, couldn’t take full advantage of the short field, going three-and-out and settling for Moody’s field goal.

    WMU answers on first drive

    The Broncos countered Michigan’s opening drive with a 75-yard scoring drive of their own, evening the score at 7 with 5:56 left in the first quarter.

    Running back La’Darius Jefferson, a transfer from Michigan State, capped the drive with a 2-yard rushing score. 

    Western Michigan did much of its damage through the air, with Kaleb Eleby completing five of seven passes for 54 yards, including a 28-yard pass to Jaylen Hall on a third-and-3. The drive was also aided by a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty on the Wolverines.

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