Michigan Vs. Virginia Tech, Sugar Bowl Score Update: Hokies Leading 3-0 After First Quarter

The Sugar Bowl could not have started any worse for the Michigan Wolverines. In fact, before the game even started, the team's All-American center David Molk was injured during warmups and did not play the first series in which Michigan went three-and-out.


Related: Michigan's Center David Molk Back For Second Series

Michigan's lone break of the first quarter was Virginia Tech running back David Wilson running 22 yards the wrong way on first down from Michigan's four-yard line. The Hokies ultimately kicked a field goal to take a 3-0 lead.

Michigan picked up two first downs on the ensuing possession, but Denard Robinson was intercepted the very next pass.

Virginia Tech will start the second quarter at Michigan's 33-yard line, thanks to two third-and-long conversions.

Michigan has 29 yards of total offense to the Hokies' 110, but luckily, it's only 3-0.

For more on the Wolverines, be sure to head over to the SB Nation blog Maize 'N Brew. Check out Gobbler Country for everything Hokies. Head over to the official site of the Allstate Sugar Bowl for more info on this year's game.

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