Donovan Edwards had some moves for the Penn State defense in the second half. He put the last Nittany Lions defender standing in his way on the ground on his way to score a 67-yard touchdown run.

Edwards got the ball on a sweep play and got the blocks that he needed to break free. Olu Oluwatimi and Zak Zinter were a big part of the reason why Edwards had so much room to work with.

Edwards quite literally broke the Penn State safety’s ankles with a nice move. Michigan scored the first touchdown of the second half thanks to Edwards’ efforts.

Blake Corum has taken the majority of the reps in the Michigan backfield. Edwards has mainly been the number two guy for Jim Harbaugh’s rushing offense.

Edwards missed some time earlier in the year due to injury, but is now looking better than ever.