A 12-10 game that features only one touchdown might not have much scoring, but there were still plenty of big plays in Michigan's win over Michigan State Spartans on Saturday.
The Wolverines ended a four-game losing streak to Michigan State with the victory. Their scoring only consisted of four field goals, but Denard Robinson had 20 carries for 96 yards, including a 44-yard run to set up a score. Fitzgerald Toussaint also had a 38-yard run. Wide receiver Drew Dileo had several big catches, including the one that set up Michigan's game-winning field goal on the final drive of the game.
For Michigan State, the Spartans made a few big plays in the passing game. Bennie Fowler had a 45-yard catch and also caught another pass for a big gain, despite a Michigan defender getting flagged for interference on the play. Punter Mike Sadler kept a drive alive on fourth down when Michigan State faked a punt and Sadler ran 26 yards for a first down.