Final: Penn State beats Michigan 35-10 behind Daryll Clark's 4 touchdown passes
Penn State 35, Michigan 10: Collin Wagner kicked a 29-yard field goal with 5 minutes, 29 seconds to play. Wagner's second field goal of the game capped an 18-play drive.
Quick stat: At the end of the third quarter, Penn State has a 333-189 edge in total yardage.
Penn State 32, Michigan 10: Penn State quarterback found receiver Graham Zug on a 17-yard touchdown pass, the third time the two connected against Michigan and the fourth touchdown pass of the day for Clark. The four TD passes tied a career high for Clark and Zug's three touchdowns are a career best.
Penn State 25, Michigan 10: Zug caught an 11-yard pass from Clark for his second touchdown and Clark's third touchdown pass of the day.
Penn State 19, Michigan 10: Michigan's Jason Olesnavage kicked a 23-yard field goal with 9 seconds left in the first half. That's the score heading into the second half.
Penn State 19, Michigan 7: Clark hit tight end Andrew Quarless on a 60-yard pass play on the first play after receiving a free kick from Michigan after a safety.
Penn State 12, Michigan 7: A bad snap whipped past Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier and rolled through the back of the end zone, resulting in a safety for Penn State. Michigan, with a run for a 3-yard loss and two penalties, was backed up to its own 2-yard line.
QB change: Denard Robinson took over at quarterback for Michigan with a little more than 8 minutes left in the second quarter. Six plays later, Robinson second pass of the day was intercepted by Penn State's Navorro Bowman. Forcier was back in the game on Michigan's next series.FIRST QUARTER
Penn State 10, Michigan 7: Colin Wagner kicked a 34-yard field goal with 3:58 to play in the first quarter.
On the field: Sophomore Boubacar Cissoko, suspended for two games for disciplinary reasons, is back at cornerback for Michigan.
Penn State 7, Michigan 7: Penn State needed just four plays to tie the game in the first quarter as wide receiver Graham Zug scored on a 10-yard pass from Clark. Big play of the drive: A 41-yard run by Evan Royster.
Michigan 7, Penn State 0: Brandon Minor capped a steady opening drive for Michigan, scoring from 1 yard out. Michigan took the opening kickoff and drove 70 yards on 11 plays. It's the first first-half touchdown Penn State has allowed this season.
Molk injured: Center David Molk, who missed four games with a broken foot, left the game a few plays after kickoff, helped off the field by two people. He was back on the field in the second half.
We'll update this file throughout today's Penn State at Michigan football game at Michigan Stadium. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m., and the game is on ABC-TV.
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Pregame: Representatives from the Capital One Bowl and Outback Bowl are watching today's game. Michigan (5-2 overall, 1-2 in the Big Ten Conference) can become eligible for a bowl game by beating Penn State (6-2, 2-1).