Michigan more than doubled its first-half offensive output Saturday with its first drive of the third quarter.
The Wolverines used a 10-play, 75-yard drive to pull even at 10-10. Devin Gardner capped it with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Devin Funchess with 9:56 left in the third.
Michigan had managed just 60 total yards in the first half, hurt by minus-10 yards rushing.
The game then stayed tied at 10-10 going to the fourth quarter.
Some other third-quarter items:
>> Gardner was 5 for 5 on the Wolverines’ first drive, including completions of 25 yards to Fitzgerald Toussaint and 19 to Jake Butt.
>> Nebraska added sacks by Zaire Anderson and Randy Gregory in the third to push its total to five for the game. Anderson logged his second.
>> Michigan had the ball to finish the third quarter after a Quincy Enunwa fumble at the Huskers’ 33.