Blake Corum and Michigan are off and running against Indiana. After getting the ball off the opening kickoff, the Wolverines did not spend much time before finding the end zone.

Michigan covered 77 yards in just over 2 minutes with Corum providing most of the fireworks on the drive. In particular, Corum ripped off a 50-yard run to set the Wolverines up in a goal-to-go situation.

His run started off to the left side of the defense, but it was a brilliant cut to come back across the field that put Corum into the second level of the defense.

Corum’s first carry of the game went for 50 yards, and he scored the game’s opening touchdown on the next play from one-yard out.