September 23, 2017
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — It took awhile, just like it had the previous three games, but the Michigan football team is victorious once again.
Michigan flipped the script on Purdue with a 28-10 win Saturday, scoring 21 unanswered points and holding the Boilermakers’ offense to 10 total yards.
John O’Korn answered the call too, taking over for an injured Wilton Speight to finish 18-for-26 for 276 yards and a touchdown. He threw an interception too, but did enough to warrant discussion of another quarterback controversy.
MLive’s Aaron McMann was on hand at Ross-Ade Stadium and provides an update on Speight and quick reaction on the win, which comes ahead of a bye week and showdown with Michigan State.
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Gallery: College football: Michigan at Purdue – September 23, 2017