Coming into the game, Michigan was third in the country in rush defense, only giving up 80.8 yards on the ground per contest. Despite the numbers and hype surrounding Michigan’s defense, the IU offensive line absolutely dominated, paving the way for Jordan Howard’s magnificent performance. The junior transfer from UAB put the team on his back, and rumbled for 238 yards, on 35 carries (including 3 total touchdowns), leading the way for the Hoosiers, who gashed the Wolverines to the tune of 307 total yards on the ground. Nevertheless, in the second overtime, instead of feeding Howard, a 230-pound human bowling ball, on third-and-goal, as well as, fourth-and-goal, the IU coaching staff inexplicably decided to put the game in Sudfeld’s hands. Sudfeld is a good player who I firmly believe can be a starter in the NFL one day, but the offensive line and Howard put Indiana in a position to win, and they deserved the opportunity to take their teammates to the promised land.