No 15 Michigan Win in Double Overtime Thriller Over the Hoosiers

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Michigan Beats Indiana 48-41 in Double OvertimePhoto Credit: Suzie Baker

Chesson has 7 TDs in the last three games, with 207 yards receiving.  Coach Harbaugh was also impressed with Jehu.

"Jehu, again, came to play. I really feel like Jehu, I told Jehu this this weekend during practice, he's got everything it takes to be a great player, someday a great pro player. The only thing I think he was missing was tracking the deep ball, making the deep ball catches. And today, boom, he does it. I could go on."

Amara Darboh had 8 receptions for 109 yards. Darboh's eighth reception bumped him over the 1,000 yard mark for his career, 1040 total, 567 this year alone.  He attributes some of his direct success to Rudock,  "I am more trusting in him."

Receiving yards were also posted by Butt 82 and Peppers 16.  

Jake Butt has at least one catch in 13 straight games and ranks No. 6 on U of M's all time tight end receptions list and No. 9 on the all time list for yardage by a Wolverine tight end.

The Team dedicated their contest against the Hoosiers to Chad Carr and proved that they are #ChadTough. Amara Darboh took a solemn tone acknowledging the Carr family's fight. "When you dedicate a game to someone, you want to win it."   

5 year old Chad has been battling brain cancer since last September. Chad, grandson of former Michigan Coach, Lloyd Carr, and the rest of the Carr family spent their time celebrating Christmas.  Santa made a special appearance and the family was serenaded with Christmas Carols.

Coach Harbaugh seemed to be humbled and honored as he reflected on the dedication, "The spirit of that little guy!"

Michigan delivered a great game and a W keeping the Wolverines dreams alive.  They are bowl eligible, with the Big Ten Championships still in their sights.

The Wolverines will travel to State College, PA to take on the Nittany Lions. (Noon)  Penn State (7-3) over all and (4-2) Big Ten.  PSU lost in a last minute (:13)  field goal v Northwestern, 23-21. 

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1) Michigan Celebrates Win Over Hoosiers  2) Delano Hill & Jourdan Lewis  3) Coach Harbaugh  4) Jake Rudock & Jehu Chesson   5) Amara Darboh