Michigan got back in the winning column Saturday night stomping Indiana 29-7.

The Wolverines did have a scare at the running back position last night. RB Blake Corum got injured in the first half, and in the 2nd half, he was spotted with a boot on his right foot.

You can read the rest of the story about the initial injury here.

Head coach Jim Harbaugh provided a status update on the RB that will give Wolverines fans a sigh of relief.

“I don’t think it’s serious,” said Harbaugh, according to Daniel Dash of the Michigan Daily.

Corum, before the injury, only had 1 carry for 4 yards. This season Corum has been a monster for the Wolverines; he has 130 rushing attempts for 778 yards on 6 yards per carry and 10 touchdowns.

Corum also has 20 receptions for 137 yards on 6.9 yards per reception and 1 touchdown.

No. 7 Michigan could benefit from blowing out its opponent this week as much of the top 10 struggled or lost in the top 10 of the College Football Playoff rankings.

No. 7 Michigan is on the road to face Penn State this Saturday at noon ET on ABC.