Scores twice in The Game Corum accrued 22 rushes for 88 yards and two touchdowns during Saturday's 30-24 win against Ohio State.
Impact Corum toted the rock somewhat ineffectively for much of the game, as Ohio State's defense held Michigan to just 3.8 yards per carry. But, the senior running back found paydirt with his lone explosive rush of the game, navigating through his blockers before making a man miss at the hole to break a 22-yard rushing touchdown late in the third quarter. He only logged just one other rush greater than 10 yards, but Corum still could not be denied on the goal line when he plowed into the end zone on fourth-and-1 for a one-yard touchdown in the first quarter. These two scores also vaulted Corum atop the Michigan record books, setting a new single-season record for rushing touchdowns in a single season (22). His contributions also launched Michigan to its third Big Ten Championship in as many seasons, and he'll look to continue once again find paydirt in Indianapolis this coming Saturday against Iowa.
NOVEMBER 26 • ROTOWIRE