MI head coach Jim Harbaugh didn't appear to be very happy with the officiating during his team's loss at Penn State on Saturday night. Brown's defensive line coach, Shaun Nua, paced back and forth as U-M's offense - after all the disappointment, mistakes and fizzles - stood 3 yards away from possibly giving this team one more chance. The carry was good for 44 yards and a prime, fringe red zone opportunity for the Nittany Lions.
But when Penn State went up 21-0 in the second quarter - MI scored a touchdown before halftime - fans were angry.
Charbonnet added another 12-yard run with 1:05 left in the third to make it 21-14.
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BEST EFFORT Suffering from a lack of offensive momentum to start the second half, Dan Chisena helped create some for the Nittany Lions with his punt coverage tackle on MI return man Donovan Peoples-Jones. The Michigan quarterback attempted a scramble to the sidelines on the Wolverines' second play from scrimmage, but wasn't quick enough to avoid the wrath of Parsons.
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But Penn State's specialist blasted the ball almost 60 yards in the air and gunner Dan Chisena blew Donovan Peoples-Jones up for a loss at his own 10-yard-line. Opening the second half with the ball, the redshirt sophomore burst through a hole along the left hash and found himself in the clear for an untouched trip into the end zone.
Hamler also had a 100-yard kickoff return to start the second half called back on a holding penalty.
Penn State bent and bent and almost blew what looked like an easy win.
The Nittany Lions took control of the game early. After KJ Hamler picked up a big catch for a first down on a 3rd-and-5 with MI blitzing Sean Clifford, Clifford went deep to a streaking Hamler on the very next play for a 53-yard touchdown to energize Beaver Stadium. That didn't lose the game for MI - had it been tied, PSU still would have had 2:01 left to try for a winning score, plus overtime usually favors the home team - but Bell's drop crushed the Wolverines' hopes for a big road win. Following the game, he let everyone know it.
The Wolverines cut Penn State's lead to 21-7 with an eight-play drive that burned 4:27 before halftime. The play ended with Hamler being helped off the field after getting banged up on the play.