In the first quarter of the Rutgers-Michigan game, Rutgers was able to strike first to take a 7-0 lead over Michigan, thanks to Noah Vedral’s pass to Aron Cruickshank which set up the touchdown:

The full touchdown itself can be found here, courtesy of FOX College Football:

As of right now, Vedral is at 129 yards passing on 10-of-13 throwing. Langan only has four carries for seven yards but he does have two rushing touchdowns.

His latest rushing touchdown can be seen here:

Going into this game, Vedral had 723 yards passing with five touchdowns and seven interceptions. For Cruickshank, he came into this game with 21 receptions for 123 yards. It’s his first full season starting as last season, he only had three receptions for 29 yards overall.

The game is currently still in the second quarter and it’s being televised by FOX. If Rutgers is able to win, they’d improve to 2-3 on the season while Michigan would fall to 1-4.