Michigan shredded by Indiana's Penix, drops second straight

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — If Michigan reached bottom after losing as three-touchdown favorites to Michigan State last week, this was subterranean for the Wolverines.Michigan, for the second consecutive week in this abbreviated season, was outplayed and outcoached, and lost decisively, this time at No. 13 Indiana, 38-21, at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. The Wolverines, ranked No. 23, are now 1-2. Indiana (3-0) had not beaten Michigan since 1987.The Hoosiers, with their highest ranking since that 1987 season after upsetting Penn State in the opener and beating Rutgers a week ago, thoroughly dismantled…

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