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5-2, 4th in Big Ten - East
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5hDan Murphy

Michigan CB sorry for flipping off Penn St. fans

Michigan's Lavert Hill was photographed showing two middle fingers to the crowd at the end of the Wolverines' loss at Penn State on Saturday, a gesture for which the cornerback has apologized.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Michigan's Lavert Hill about gesture at PSU game: "I sincerely regret my inappropriate gesture at the end of Saturday's football game. I let my emotions get the best of me and learned a valuable lesson. I am truly sorry for this offensive gesture and vow that it will not happen again."

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ND cracks top 10, Michigan drops out of Top 25

Notre Dame cracked the top 10 of the Associated Press college football poll for the first time this season, coming in at No. 9, and Michigan fell out of the rankings for the first time in two years.

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2dEdward Aschoff

Misery loves company, and there was plenty of it in Week 8

The wear and tear of the season is starting to show. We saw a middle-finger salute from Tennessee, an ill-tempered Jimbo Fisher, another near-miss for Texas and prime-time clunkers for USC and Michigan.

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Barkley helps Heisman case in White Out rout (0:59)
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Barkley, Penn State roll past Michigan (0:59)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

James Franklin says he has been working on the direct snap to Barkley wrinkle since training camp. Franklin had to convince Moorhead not to show that look in the first six games.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

James Franklin called tonight's record crowd at Beaver Stadium "awesome." He said he gave his players 30 seconds to soak it in when they first took the field. He was, though, a little disappointed in the lack of white pants he saw for the white out.

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Penn State payback: No. 2 Nittany Lions beat Michigan 42-13

Saquon Barkley and Trace McSorley cut through Michigan's stingy defense, each scoring three touchdowns, and No. 2 Penn State emphatically avenged its last regular-season loss with a 42-13 victory against the 19th-ranked Wolverines on Saturday night.

Jacob Roen ESPN 

Penn State celebrated a blowout victory over Michigan and a new attendance record at Beaver Stadium with the singing of their alma mater.

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Penn State's stars dominate Wolverines (1:42)
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Barkley bobbles and scores big TD (0:41)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Trace McSorley showed some serious wiggle on his second touchdown run of the game. He got a little redemption on cornerback David Long, who had an interception in the first half, by turning him around en route to the end zone.

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McSorley weaves and dives for 2nd TD (0:39)
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Isaac drives through for a Michigan TD (0:37)
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PSU's offense rules en route to 21-13 halftime lead (1:24)
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Rachel Marcus ESPN Editor 

Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley runs in for the touchdown to put PSU up 21-13 over Michigan at halftime.

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McSorley scores easily for Penn State (0:48)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

It's awfully quiet at Beaver Stadium right now. Michigan has weathered an initial storm from Saquon Barkley & Co. Central Pennsylvania native John O'Korn has made some big throws for the Wolverines to get them back in the game.

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Higdon scores on fourth down for Michigan (0:29)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Trace McSorley has missed on a few throws tonight. An interception has given a bit of life at the end of the first quarter. If nothing else, the Wolverines have found a way to settle down after a rocky start.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Consecutive three-and-outs for Michigan's offense doesn't give Don Brown and the defense much time to settle down and make adjustments. Michigan needs to find a way to slow things down if they're going to keep this game competitive.

Team Stats

Passing Yards187.798th
Rushing Yards173.356th
Points For25.1Tied-95th
Points Against18.622nd