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2nd Quarter Recap: Michigan 14, Air Force 10

Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson (16) runs by Air Force Falcons defensive back Steffon Batts (23) for a seventy nine yard touchdown during the first quarter at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Devin Funchess's 30 Yard Touchdown

Michigan’s aerial assault is on point, as the margin is still four, as the Wolverines lead 14-10 thanks to 108 passing yards in the quarter. Michigan made its lead 14-3 when Denard Robinson and Devin Funchess hooked up for a 30-yard touchdown on the last play of an eight-play, 88-yard drive. Robinson’s 29-yard pass to Funchess took the Wolverines from the 26 and across midfield to ignite the drive.

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1st Quarter Recap: Michigan 7, Air Force 3

Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson (16) warms up before the game against the Air Force Falcons at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Denard Robinson's 1st Rushing Touchdown

Thanks to a mean rushing attack, No. 19 Michigan leads 7-3 at the end of the first quarter. The Wolverines rushed for 100 yards in the quarter. The Wolverines got on the scoreboard first, rattling off a two-play, 80-yard drive that ended in a score when Denard Robinson took a quarterback draw all the way for a 79-yard touchdown run.

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Back & Forth: Which Week 1 outing caused concern?

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Denard Robinson Talks Alabama Loss

It wasn’t a pretty start for Michigan’s Denard Robinson or Michigan State’s Andrew Maxwell in the first week of the 2012 college football season. Together, the two quarterbacks completed 33-of-64 passes (52 percent) for one touchdown and five interceptions. Robinson accounted for the lone touchdown and Maxwell completed a respectable 22 passes, however that was about it. Whose performance was more concerning, though? BTN.com’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina debate it in this post as they do each week in Back & Forth.

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Big Ten Blast: Sept. 7th Morning Edition

On tonight’s “Football Report” at 7 p.m. ET with Mike Hall, Tony Banks, Rosevelt Colvin, and BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart, the crew  will be joined by Purdue’s Danny Hope and Nebraska’s Bo Pelini. Also, our BTN experts are taking your questions on Twitter. Just tweet us using #AskBTN all day today.

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Week 2 Previews: Big challenges for Big Ten teams

Iowa Hawkeyes running back Damon Bullock (32) is tackled by Northern Illinois Huskies defensive tackle Ken Bishop (93) during the second half at Soldier Field. Iowa defeats Northern Illinois 18-17. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-US PRESSWIRE

Tim Beckman Visits "BTN Live"

Every week, I rank Saturday’s games based on how the teams match up. Where does your game fall on my list? Come find out in my Week 2 Previews. In case you you missed anything earlier this week, here are my weekly bowl projections, reader mailbag, and my predictions. Oh, and here’s an early stab at a Heisman Trophy tracker.

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Big Ten Links: OSU, PSU can still win divisions

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Big Ten Blast: Sept. 6th Morning Edition

It turns out Ohio State and Penn State do have something to play for this season, despite being on NCAA probation and ineligible to win the Big Ten or go to a bowl game. The Big Ten has said if either team finishes first in the Leaders Division, it will be awarded with the division trophy and be deemed “Leaders champion.”

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Revsine's Numbers: Week 2 figures to be intriguing

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The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football

While there’s always a certain excitement surrounding opening weekend, last week’s slate in the Big Ten left quite a bit to be desired. Outside of Michigan’s match-up with Alabama and Michigan State’s battle with Boise State, very few of the games elicited much in the way of excitement. That is far from the case in Week 2, where I’d venture to say as many as eight or nine games carry a fairly significant level of intrigue.

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