Air Force Vs. Michigan 3rd Quarter: Wolverines Pulling Away, Lead 28-17

The Michigan Wolverines are slowly pulling away over the Air Force Falcons, and now lead 28-17 after three quarters of play. Air Force allowed Michigan to score a pair of touchdowns, to just one of their own. Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson scored the first touchdown of the quarter, and it was for another long run of 58 yards.

For the game Robinson has torched the Falcons rush defense for 190 yards on the ground, and is averaging 12.7 yards per carry.

The Falcons responded after the Robinson's touchdown by going on a long 14-play, 77 yard drive where Cody Getz scored from 1-yard out which was his second touchdown of the game.

The final touchdown of the quarter went to Michigan when Robinson connected with Devin Gardner on a 7-yard strike. Air Force currently has the ball and will begin the fourth quarter in Michigan territory.

For more on Air Force stay tuned to SB Nation Denver and Mountain West Connection, and for everything on Michigan check out Maize 'N Brew plus SB Nation Detroit.

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