It appeared to be a stalemate of sorts, a defensive battle, a slugfest between Michigan football and the Washington Huskies.
While the Wolverines had more success offensively behind the run game, offense was coming at a premium for both teams. The Huskies were accomplishing nothing in either the run or pass, but Michigan was able to run the ball with Hassan Haskins — save for a goal-line stand by UW.
That’s when Blake Corum changed everything.
Relatively early in the second quarter, with Michigan up 3-0, Corum burst through the line for a 67 yard touchdown, putting the maize and blue up 10-0 against the Huskies.