Final: Illinois dominates second half, beats Michigan, 38-13
Illinois 38, Michigan 13: Jason Ford completed the Illini's rout of Michigan with a 79-yard touchdown run. Illinois outscored Michigan 31-0 in the second half.
Illinois 31, Michigan 13: Matt Eller kicked a 23-yard field goal, the result of a 10-play, 74-yard drive that started when Illinois recovered a Tate Forcier fumble.
Illinois 28, Michigan 13: Juice Williams scored on a 3-yard keeper as the Illini scored for the third time in the third quarter. Illinois scored on a six-play, 45-yard drive that included a 36-yard pass to wide receiver Chris James.
Illinois 21, Michigan 13: Illinois' third-quarter surge continued as redshirt freshman tight end London Davis caught the first pass of his college career, a 2-yard touchdown from Williams. The four-play, 79-yard drive included a 35-yard pass to Jeff Cumberland and a 26-yard run by sophomore running back Mikel Leshoure.
Illinois 14, Michigan 13:Leshoure raced a career-long 70 yards six plays after Illinois' goal-line stand to give the Illini the lead again. Leshoure had a career-long 65-yard run last week against Purdue.
Illinois' goal-line stand: Brandon Minor came up short on a 1-yard run on a fourth-and-one play after fellow running back Carlos Brown was stopped on three consecutive goal-line carries. Michigan had the ball on the 1-yard line after Roy Roundtree was caught from behind on a 76-yard reception from Forcier.
Michigan 13, Illinois 7: Jason Olesnavage kicked his second field goal of the second quarter, connecting from 42 yards out.
Michigan 10, Illinois 7: Olesnavage kicked a 29-yard field goal as Michigan took its first lead of the day.
Michigan 7, Illinois 7: Brown rushed seven times for 26 yards and capped a 13-play drive with a 2-yard touchdown run as the Wolverines tied the game on their opening possession. Brown entered the game leading Michigan with 371 yards rushing.
Illinois 7, Michigan 0: Junior wide receiver Arrelious Benn scored on a 3-yard run as Illinois drove 82 yards on the opening drive. Illinois quarterback Juice Williams rushed for 38 yards and passed for 29 yards on the drive.
Today: The Michigan (5-3 overall, 1-3 Big Ten) at Illinois (1-6, 0-5) game begins at 3:30 p.m. and will be on ABC/ESPN. We'll update this story throughout the game.
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Pregame: Illinois, which hasn't won since a 45-17 victory Sept. 12 against Illinois State, is 1-7 in its last eight meetings with Michigan. That one? A 45-20 victory at Michigan Stadium last year.
More on last year: Illinois had 501 yards in total offense and the 45 points was the most the Illini ever scored against Michigan.