Donovan Edwards clinches upset of Ohio State, sends Michigan to Indy with 2nd huge TD run
Donovan Edwards is having the game of his life in Columbus.
Halfway through the 4th quarter, Ohio State trailed Michigan 31-20. After the Buckeyes connected on a 27-yard FG, the game was within 1 possession.
However, that would not last long. Michigan received the ball at their 25-yard line and called a run play on the 1st of the drive. Donovan Edwards took the handoff and burst through the line. After crossing the line of scrimmage, Edwards went untouched to the house to put a punctuation point on Michigan’s big win.
MICHIGAN IN STRIDE!! 😎 💪 @UMichFootball
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 26, 2022
The huge score made it 45-23 Michigan, a score that would stand up as the Wolverines rolled to the B1G Championship Game.
With star RB Blake Corum not fully healthy, the Wolverines needed a big day from Edwards. Edwards finished the day with 22 carries for 216 yards and 2 TDs. Edwards also had 2 catches for 9 yards.
The Wolverines would go on to win The Game 45-23, their 2nd-consecutive win in the series.