Blake Corum had a great performance in Michigan’s 34-3 win at home over Nebraska in Week 11. After the win, Corum took the time to praise his offensive teammates at each position group.

According to Corum, his ability to achieve success is ultimately related to the dominance he sees from his teammates:

“We have the best offensive line in the country and they dominate up front. Our tight ends dominate. The receivers dominate. So when everyone is dominating, it allows to have success, those match-ups, and really run hard.”

The offense of Michigan accumulated 412 total yards, with 264 of them coming from the rushing game. Corum rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries as he continues to put up a solid case for the Heisman Trophy.

Michigan entered Week 11 possessing the 6th-ranked scoring offense in the nation (42.2 points per game) and the 4th-ranked rushing offense in the nation (250).

No. 3 Michigan (10-0; 7-0 in B1G play) will have its final home game of the 2022 season in Week 12 against No. 21 Illinois (7-3; 4-3). We’ll see if the Wolverines can send the Big House out with a perfect record on the year.