Donovan Edwards had himself a game for No. 3 Michigan as the Wolverines crushed rival No. 2 Ohio State in Columbus 45-23 in Week 13. Edwards rushed for 216 yards and 2 touchdowns on 22 carries.

He accounted for two late touchdown runs of 75 yards and 85 yards to help seal the deal for Michigan’s consecutive win over Ohio State.

After the game, Edwards was set to be asked about one of the long touchdown runs to which he quickly responded with “which one?”

This is the first 200-yard rushing performance in a game in Edwards’ collegiate career. This is the third time in his collegiate career that he has rushed for multiple rushing touchdowns.

Michigan entered the game with injury concerns about first-string running back Blake Corum, who only had 2 carries for 6 yards.

Michigan is set to play in the B1G Championship for the second consecutive season as the Wolverines are looking to clinch a spot in the College Football Playoff like last year.