Points are hard to come by in this Michigan-Michigan State game at Michigan Stadium.
The Wolverines changed things up on a 48-yard field goal into a tricky wind by bringing in Matt Wile, who has a strong leg but handles kickoffs while Brendan Gibbons handles field goals, to make the kick.
Wile gave the Wolverines a 6-0 lead with just more than a minute left in the first half. Gibbons gave Michigan a 3-0 lead on a 24-yarder.
Michigan State’s lone field-goal attempt was missed.
The Wolverines have 168 total yards, and the big surprise has been receiver Drew Dileo. Dileo has 72 yards on three catches.