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Name: Blake Corum 
College: Michigan     Number: 2
Height: 5-08   Weight: 205
Position: RB  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2024

40 Low: 4.47
   40 Time: 4.53
  40 High: 4.58

> Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5076
Weight: 205

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.53
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.50
20 Yard (ET): 2.65
20 Yard (HH): 2.63
10 Yard (ET): 1.59
10 Yard (HH): 1.56
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 27
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.12
3-Cone Drill: 6.82
Projected 4.42/**+.11/No Broad Jump-Choice

Dates: 03/22/24
Hand: 09  Arm: 28 7/8
Wingspan: 70 1/8

Height: 5076
Weight: 205
40 Yrd Dash: 
20 Yrd Dash: 
10 Yrd Dash: 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.13
3-Cone Drill: 

No Full Workout-Choice
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: **2023: RBOYC/1stC...2022: (+) Coming off 11-19-22 Knee INJ-Out for 2022/RBOYC/WCamp1st/DoakWalkerFinalist/1stC...PHornung/PWCampPOY/PMaxwell/PWuerffel/PAFCAGoodWorks/PDoakWalker/PWalterCamp2nd...2021: 3rdC...2020: NAC



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  12/27/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2023 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM: RB Blake Corum, Michigan,...Corum is the fourth player to win the league's running back award twice, joining Montee Ball (2011-12), Saquon Barkley (2016-17) and most recently, Jonathan Taylor (2018-19). He is the only U-M back to receive the honor since it was introduced in 2011. He has 976 rushing yards and an FBS-leading 22 rushing touchdowns which is also a single-season record at Michigan. On 202 carries, Corum has only 12 yards lost. Corum is also a first-team all-league choice on both ballots and the program's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner. - Michigan Football

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  11/30/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2023 BIG TEN AMECHE-DAYNE RUNNING BACK OF THE YEAR: Blake Corum, Michigan,...Corum is the fourth player to win the league's running back award twice, joining Montee Ball (2011-12), Saquon Barkley (2016-17) and most recently, Jonathan Taylor (2018-19). He is the only U-M back to receive the honor since it was introduced in 2011. He has 976 rushing yards and an FBS-leading 22 rushing touchdowns which is also a single-season record at Michigan. On 202 carries, Corum has only 12 yards lost. Corum is also a first-team all-league choice on both ballots and the program's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner. - Michigan Football

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  02/26/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan's football program received a massive boost this offseason when star running back Blake Corum announced he was returning for his senior season. But the 2022 Heisman Trophy candidate won't back to 100% during spring practices as he recovers from surgery on his left knee in early December. "Probably will be full-go sometime around the start of June for the full summer cycle," head coach Jim Harbaugh said Thursday, talking with media two practices into the spring cycle. Although Corum isn't participating in drills, Harbaugh said he has been at the team's facilities every day rehabbing and receiving treatment.

"Give it the time that's needed to recover and build the strength back and make sure that he's in a in a great place," Harbaugh said. "Every guy that's not participating in spring ball, they're actively continuing strength and conditioning. They're actively fulfilling the protocols that the doctors have for their rehabilitation. I don't see anybody loafing or taking it easy. They still got the sweat all over the shirt, so it's good. Guys are doing what the experts are telling them to do right now." The 5-foot-8, 210-pound Corum was among the nation's rushing leaders last season before suffering a knee injury late in the first half against Illinois on Nov. 19. He finished with 1,463 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns as the workhorse in Michigan's backfield. "I don't like the way I went out," Corum said in January on The Rich Eisen Show. "I'm coming back for it all." - Ann Arbor News


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  01/19/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh told NCAA investigators in multiple meetings this week that he will not agree to an unethical conduct charge, according to a person familiar with the situation. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Thursday night on condition of anonymity because details of the investigation have not been shared publicly. Michigan announced two weeks ago that it received a notice of allegations from the NCAA that the governing body is looking into potential rules infractions within the football program. The investigation involves impermissible texts and calls - including some by Harbaugh - to high school prospects during part of a pandemic-related dead period for contact with potential recruits.

The NCAA also is looking at whether a member of Michigan's off-field football staff violated rules by doing on-the-field coaching during practice. Harbaugh is accused of not being forthcoming about the potential violations, and the NCAA considers that unethical conduct and a Level I infraction. A text message was sent to Harbaugh on Thursday night, seeking comment. While the football program is dealing with an NCAA investigation, co-offensive coordinator Matt Weiss is on leave amid an investigation by university police into a report of computer access crimes over a three-day span last month at the team's training facility. - AP College Football


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  01/16/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan football has its coach for the 2023 season and beyond: Jim Harbaugh. University of Michigan President Santa Ono sent out a message on Monday afternoon that Harbaugh had personally told him he will come back to Ann Arbor next year, officially putting to bed any worries about his desires to return to the NFL for this hiring cycle. Sources close to the situation have told the Free Press that a contract extension is in the works for Harbaugh that would include a pay raise and a bigger buyout from his contract.

The sources were granted anonymity because they are not at liberty to speak publicly on the ongoing negotiations. Harbaugh has signed a new deal with U-M each of the last two years. The first in 2021 cut his $8 million per year salary in half. Then after the first of two Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff seasons, Harbaugh's new deal was for about $8.34 million a year and a $3 million buyout that decreases by $750,000 each Jan. 11 through the duration of the deal, current set to expire after the 2026 season. - Detroit Free Press


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  01/11/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan got a blast of good news on Monday, with running back Blake Corum announcing plans to return for the 2023 season. Corum made the move public on The Rich Eisen Show, calling it a "tough decision" that kept him up at night. "A lot of nights I was coming back, a lot of nights I was going to the draft," Corum, who just a few weeks ago said he was split, "50/50," said. "I'm a Michigan man through and through. I love playing for Michigan, playing in the Big House, the community and interacting with everyone.

Corum, who will be a senior next year and is poised to graduate, said he has "unfinished business" to take care of after having his 2022 season cut short by injury. "I don't like the way I went out," Corum said. "I'm coming back for it all." Corum was a unanimous first-team All-American, rushing for 1,463 yards and 18 touchdowns in 12 games, and on the fast-track to the Hesiman Trophy ceremony when he suffered a torn meniscus in Michigan's penultimate regular-season game against Illinois. - Ann Arbor News


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  01/09/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan football's star running back Blake Corum isn't done in college just yet. Corum, who had a breakout season for the Wolverines in 2022, announced Monday afternoon on Michigan graduate Rich Eisen's show he will return to Ann Arbor for his senior season because he feels he has "unfinished business." "I'm a Michigan man through and through," he said. "I love playing for the University of Michigan. I love going to the big house and leaving it all on the field. I love the community, I love interacting with everyone. It was a tough decision, it was a business decision, but I feel like I have unfinished business. "I didn't like the way I went out in the Big House, I don't like people remembering me being hurt, so I will be coming back for it all next year."

Corum was on pace to be possibly the best running back in the country last season before a knee injury late in the first half of Michigan's home finale against Illinois derailed the remainder of the season. The junior tried to return in the second half, but ran just once before he left the game for good. - Detroit Free Press


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  01/09/23 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  In an effort to help Michigan football keep several key players, including leading rusher and consensus All-American Blake Corum, for the 2023 season, Valiant Management Group has created a new crowdsourcing financial campaign. The "One More Year Fund" launched on Sunday in an effort to help the Wolverines retain core players, Corum, offensive linemen Zak Zinter and Trevor Keegan and receiver Cornelius Johnson. The entirety of funds raised will go to the athletes. If any of these players opt to not return for the upcoming season, the money will be distributed to those who return. "This campaign is an important step in the evolution of NIL activity at Michigan as it will marry Valiant's existing substantial NIL resources with the even broader capabilities of Michigan supporters around the world to help ensure the continued success of the Michigan Football Team," Jared Wangler, founder and CEO of Valiant Management, said in a statement to The Detroit News.

Michigan is coming off a 13-1 season, its second-straight Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff semifinal appearance. The Wolverines were the No. 2 seed and lost to No. 3 TCU in the Fiesta Bowl national semifinal on Dec. 31. These four players have been considering leaving Michigan for the NFL but have not yet made decisions. Corum was in the Heisman Trophy conversation until suffering a left knee injury against Illinois on Nov. 19. He was in for two plays the next week at Ohio State, but could not continue to play on the knee and has since undergone surgery. Corum, who was seventh in Heisman Trophy voting, finished with 1,463 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns, including 18 rushing. - Detroit News


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  12/20/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum, who underwent surgery on his left knee in early December just as Michigan was about to play for its second straight Big Ten title, finished his season with 247 carries for 1,463 yards and 18 rushing touchdowns, 19 total. He averaged 121.9 yards a game. This week he earned the prestigious Chicago Tribute Silver Football as the Big Ten's top player as voted by the coaches, and was in Heisman Trophy contention when he suffered the injury just before halftime against Illinois, the 11th game of the regular season. He is a major reason Michigan is 13-0 and the No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff. The Wolverines will face No. 3 TCU (12-1) on Dec. 31 in the Fiesta Bowl, while defending national champion Georgia plays No. 4 Ohio State in the Peach Bowl. The winner advances to the national title game.

After he signed his last football of the camp, Corum stood up and leaned on his crutches. He got the question again about what his future holds. "I don't know," Corum told The Detroit News. "I don't know what I'm going to do yet. I'm still thinking about it, weighing it, my pros and cons." Among the pros for returning to Michigan are being a captain as a senior and making another run at the Heisman Trophy. "At the end of the day, I have to be a businessman," Corum said. "I have a lot to think about, and I've been thinking about it. It's up in the air. I'll have a decision sooner than later." His left knee is getting better every day, he said, adding he'll "be out a certain amount of months." Corum was injured just before halftime against Illinois and tried to play in the second half. At Ohio State the next week, Corum started and had two carries before he was sidelined for good. - Detroit News


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  12/09/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: RB Blake Corum, Michigan,...Doak Walker Award Finalist...2022 Big Ten Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year...Maxwell Award, Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Semifinalist...PFFCollege's highest-graded season ever by a RB (95.9)...NCAA's No. 8 rusher (1,463 yards), tied-No. 6 scorer (114 points) in 11 GP...Averaged 136.4 rushing yards per game in Big Ten play with 12 TDs...Historic production despite seven games with zero fourth-quarter touches. - Michigan Football

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  12/08/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 DOAK WALKER AWARD FINALIST (OUTSTANDING RUNNING BACK): Blake Corum, Michigan,...Corum has delivered a special season as Michigan's lead back, totaling 247 carries for 1,463 rushing yards (No. 8, NCAA), the most yards by a U-M back since Mike Hart's 2006 season (1,562 yards) despite seven games this year with no fourth-quarter touches. He is U-M's first finalist for the Doak Walker Award since Hart, a two-time finalist in 2006-07. Chris Perry (2003) is the program's lone winner in seven seasons with a finalist.

Corum is third in the nation with 19 total touchdowns (18 rushing), second in first downs (96), and sixth in total points (114). He recorded at least 100 yards rushing and one rushing touchdown in eight consecutive Big Ten games, the longest streak at U-M in the last 25 seasons. The Marshall, Virginia, native is No. 10 in rushing yards per game (121.9 yards per game) and despite a career-high 247 carries, he has only 31 yards lost on the season. - Michigan Football


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  12/02/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan star running back Blake Corum is expected to have surgery on his injured left knee that would cause him to miss the postseason, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Thursday night. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because Michigan was not publicly disclosing Corum's condition. No. 2 Michigan (12-0) plays Purdue in the Big Ten championship game Saturday night in Indianapolis and is likely heading toward its second straight College Football Playoff appearance.

Corum was injured late in the first half of the Illinois game two weeks ago on a low tackle. He tried to play last week against rival Ohio State, but after appearing on Michigan's first possession he was done for the day. The junior was a Heisman Trophy contender before his injury. Corum ranks 10th in the nation in rushing at 122 yards per game and is tied for third with 19 touchdowns. Without Corum, Michigan turned to Donovan Edwards against Ohio State. The second-year running back ran for 216 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries against the Buckeyes and will play with an injured and heavily wrapped hand. Behind Edwards is freshman CJ Stokes, who has run for 273 yards on 55 carries. - AP College Football


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  12/02/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB Blake Corum, Michigan,...Corum is U-M's first-ever recipient of the Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year award, first given in 2011. He has delivered a special season as Michigan's lead back, totaling 247 carries for 1,463 rushing yards (No. 8, NCAA), the most yards by a U-M back since Mike Hart's 2006 season (1,562 yards) despite seven games this year with no fourth-quarter touches. - Michigan Football

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  12/02/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  According to a report from NFL.Com's Ian Rapaport, Michigan junior Blake Corum - the Big Ten Ameche-Dayne Running back of the Year - will undergo knee surgery, and is out for the season. Corum endured the injury late in the first half of Michigan's 19-17 win over Illinois. "Sources: Michigan star RB Blake Corum is expected to have knee surgery and is out for the season," Rapaport reported. "The Heisman candidate should make a full recovery. He tried to play last week vs. Ohio State but his knee made it impossible." Corum was Michigan's best offensive player, recently being named the Big Ten's Running Back of the Year.

Running for 1,463 yards, 18 rushing touchdowns and averaging 5.92 yards per carry. Speaking on Big Ten Network, Corum discussed his injury, but did not indicate a surgery was imminent. "You know, I'm just taking it day by day, but you know, we shall see," Corum said. "But with me, without me, I believe in my team. As you could see, they did the job last week. And so, you know, take it day by day. But basically, my team will get the job done. This type of team, we have that many great athletes and coaches. So take it day by day, we shall see." Previously, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said that there was no "structural" issue with Corum's knee, which became injured on a collision that also led to Corum's only fumble of the season. - NFL.com and NFL Draft Scout sources


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  11/30/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 BIG TEN AMECHE-DAYNE RUNNING BACK OF THE YEAR: Blake Corum, Michigan,...Corum is U-M's first-ever recipient of the Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year award, first given in 2011. He has delivered a special season as Michigan's lead back, totaling 247 carries for 1,463 rushing yards (No. 8, NCAA), the most yards by a U-M back since Mike Hart's 2006 season (1,562 yards) despite seven games this year with no fourth-quarter touches. Corum posted an eight-game streak of games with 100-plus yards rushing and at least one rushing touchdown this year, all in Big Ten play. That was the longest streak of its kind at U-M in the last 25 seasons.

During league play, he averaged 5.9 yards per carry with an average of 152.8 rushing yards per game before a two-carry day at Ohio State. Corum was supported by the Wolverine offensive line, a collective semifinalist for the Joe Moore Award given to the best unit in the nation. Together, Wolverine honorees help construct the No. 5-ranked rushing offense in the nation and the top attack in the Big Ten (244.5 yards per game) averaging 5.97 yards per sack-adjusted carry. U-M rushers have totaled 35 touchdowns on the ground (T-No. 3, NCAA), led by Corum's 18 which is two shy of the single-season program record. - Michigan Football


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  11/12/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum ran for 162 yards and a touchdown, helping No. 3 Michigan stay undefeated with a 34-3 win over Nebraska on Saturday. The Wolverines (10-0, 7-0 Big Ten, No. 3 CFP) have won their first 10 games for the first time since 2006, when they closed the regular season as the second-ranked team with a loss to rival and top-ranked Ohio State. In two weeks, Michigan will play the Buckeyes on the road with the Big Ten East Division title and likely spot in the College Football Playoff at stake. Michigan was in control from the start against the Cornhuskers (3-7, 2-5) and opened with a 12-play, 80-yard drive that Corum capped with a 2-yard run for his 18th touchdown.

The Heisman Trophy candidate had 100-plus yards rushing - in the first half - for the seventh straight game and pulled within a game of the school record set by current running backs coach Mike Hart. J.J. McCarthy was 8 of 17 for 129 yards with two touchdown passes. McCarthy also ran for a 3-yard score late in the third, putting Michigan ahead 24-3. Nebraska started quarterback Chubba Purdy in place of Casey Thompson, who missed a second straight game with an elbow injury, and he left the game in the second quarter after appearing to injure his right ankle. Logan Smothers filled in and after fumbling a snap, the Cornhuskers settled for a field goal and 14-3 score. Purdy was 6 of 12 for 56 yards and ran for a team-high 39 yards. Smothers was 4 of 8 for 15 yards for the Cornuskers, who finished with just 146 yards of offense. - Michigan/AP College Football


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  10/31/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  OCT 31 BIG TEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Blake Corum, Michigan, RB - Jr. - Marshall, Va. - St. Frances,...Rushed for 177 yards, marking his fifth straight 100-plus yard game to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards on the season for the first time in his career and help the Wolverines defeat Michigan State 29-7...Recorded his first receiving touchdown of the season on a two-yard reception for Michigan's first touchdown of the game...Added a touchdown on the ground, extending his rushing touchdown streak to eight games...The Academic All-Big Ten honoree earns his third career Offensive Player of the Week award and his second of the season...Last Michigan Offensive Player of the Week: Blake Corum (Sept. 26, 2022). - Big Ten Football

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  10/29/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum ran for 177 yards and scored twice, and Jake Moody made five field goals to help No. 4 Michigan remain unbeaten with a 29-7 win over Michigan State on Saturday night. The Wolverines (8-0, 5-0 Big Ten) scored 26 straight points after falling behind briefly late in the first quarter. The Spartans (3-5, 1-4) went 0 for 2 on fourth down in the first half. They turned it over on downs after a review of a spot and after coach Mel Tucker chose to go for it instead of kicking a short field goal to tie the game midway through the second quarter. Michigan led 13-7 at halftime and kept control in the second half, outgaining Michigan State 133-8 in the third quarter.

Moody, the reigning Lou Groza Award winner given to the nation's top place kicker, made a career-long 54-yarder for his fifth field goal to put the Wolverines ahead 22-7 early in the fourth. Corum, who started the game with an FBS-high 13 touchdowns, scored for a second time on a 4-yard run after Michigan State had trouble with a snap on a punt. With a 29-7 lead in the final minutes, coach Jim Harbaugh showed no mercy against his in-state rival by calling for J.J. McCarthy to throw deep down the field. McCarthy was 15 of 25 for 167 yards with a 2-yard touchdown pass to Corum. Payton Thorne was 17 of 30 for 215 yards with a 26-yard touchdown pass to Keon Coleman that gave the Spartans a 7-3 lead late in the first quarter. Thorne also threw an interception late in the game. Coleman finished with five catches for 155 yards and a score. - Michigan/AP College Football


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  10/01/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown, J.J. McCarthy threw for 155 yards and a touchdown and No. 4 Michigan defeated Iowa 27-14 on Saturday. The Wolverines (5-0, 2-0 Big Ten Conference) were able to consistently move the ball against the Hawkeyes (3-2, 1-1), who came into the game leading the nation in scoring defense and ranked sixth in total defense and rushing defense. Michigan had 327 yards, including 172 rushing yards. Four of Michigan's first five drives ended in points. Ronnie Bell had a 16-yard touchdown run on the opening possession. Jake Moody's two second-quarter field goals gave the Wolverines a 13-0 halftime lead, then McCarthy threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Donovan Edwards on Michigan's opening possession of the third quarter. Corum's 20-yard touchdown run with 1:19 left in the game closed the scoring for the Wolverines.

It was the sixth 100-yard rushing game of Corum's career. Corum, who had 29 carries, was coming off a career-high 243 yards in last weekend's 34-27 victory over Maryland. Michigan continued its defensive mastery of the Hawkeyes, who have scored just 20 points combined in the last three games against the Wolverines. Iowa didn't score until Kaleb Johnson's 2-yard touchdown run to start the fourth quarter, cutting the Michigan lead to 20-7. The Hawkeyes got to the Michigan 6 on their next possession, but Spencer Petras' pass to Sam LaPorta went for only 1 yard on fourth-and-2. Petras, who finished with 246 passing yards, threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Luke Lachey with eight seconds left in the game for Iowa's final points. - Michigan/AP College Football


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  09/30/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  What was supposed to be a two-headed rushing attack for Michigan has, due to injury, become a one-man show. No problem. Blake Corum has done the work of two running backs. The junior was given more responsibility in recent weeks and, well, ran with it. It culminated in a career performance on Saturday against Maryland in which Corum ran for 243 yards on 30 carries, both personal bests. "The vision, the low center of gravity‚Ķand the real key to his success is just how close he can get to a defender and then (make them) miss by the narrowest of margins," Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said. "He sees the holes that a lot of people don't see," said safety Rod Moore. "It's super special being able to block for him," added lineman Zak Zinter. Corum is turning heads - of defenders, his coaches and teammates, and anyone who's seen him play this season. He's a big reason why Michigan is 4-0 and has scored more points than any of the other 130 FBS teams. - Ann Arbor News

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  09/26/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  SEPT 26 BIG TEN CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Blake Corum, Michigan, RB - Jr. - Marshall, Va. - St. Frances,...Set a career best with 243 rushing yards on 20 carries for the seventh-best single-game rushing performance in Michigan history in Saturday's 34-27 victory over Maryland...Added two touchdowns, his NCAA-leading eighth and ninth touchdowns of the season...Recorded a rushing touchdown in his fourth straight game this season, highlighted by a pair of 30+ yard scores...The Academic All-Big Ten honoree earns his second career Offensive Player of the Week award...Last Michigan Offensive Player of the Week: Hassan Haskins (Nov. 29, 2021). - Big Ten Football

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  09/24/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum rushed for a career-high 243 yards and two touchdowns and No. 4 Michigan topped Maryland 34-27 in the Big Ten opener for both teams on Saturday. Corum, who tied the school record with five rushing touchdowns against UConn a week earlier, had a career-high 30 carries. He became the first Michigan back to rush for 200 yards since Karan Higdon in 2017. J.J. McCarthy completed 18 of 26 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns for the Wolverines (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten). Taulia Tagovailoa completed 20 of 30 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown but was also picked off twice for the Terrapins (3-1, 0-1).

McCarthy hit Roman Wilson with a 20-yard scoring pass 44 seconds into the fourth quarter to give Michigan a 24-13 lead. Tagovailoa's 4-yard touchdown pass to Tai Felton with 9:10 left cut the Wolverines' lead to five points. The 2-point conversion attempt failed. Jake Moody's 38-yard field goal gave the Wolverines an eight-point cushion. Corum broke free on a 47-yard touchdown run with 3:31 remaining to make it 34-19. CJ Dippre caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Maryland backup quarterback Billy Edwards Jr. with 45 seconds left. Michigan held a 17-13 halftime advantage. - Michigan/AP College Football


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  09/17/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum rushed for a career-high four touchdowns in the first half and added a fifth score in the third quarter to match a school record, helping No. 4 Michigan rout Connecticut 59-0 Saturday. The Wolverines (3-0) led 38-0 at halftime before coasting in the second half of a game that looked a lot like their first two tune-ups, when they beat Colorado State 51-7 and Hawaii 56-10. The Huskies (1-3) had just 64 yards of offense in the first half, had a punt blocked and gave up a punt return for a touchdown over the opening 30 minutes. J.J. McCarthy was 15 of 18 for 214 yards, a week after coach Jim Harbaugh said he had won the quarterback competition.

Big Ten championship-winning quarterback Cade McNamara entered late in the first half and was roughed up. He was sacked on the first snap and was hit hard just after completing his only pass attempt. McNamara did not appear to be with his teammates on the sideline in the second half. Without the senior available in the lopsided game, Harbaugh gave several reserve quarterbacks a chance to play. Corum started the scoring barrage with a 20-yard run on the game's opening drive and had three 1-yard scores before halftime. His 11-yard touchdown late in the third quarter tied the single-game school record set by Ron Johnson in 1968 and equaled by Hassan Haskins in last year's win over Ohio State. Connecticut freshman Zion Turner was 4 of 16 for 17 yards and had 42 yards rushing. The Huskies finished with just 110 yards of offense, going 2 for 14 on third down and earning just six first downs. - Michigan/AP College Football


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  08/31/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  ESPN TOP 100 PRESEASON 2022 CFB PLAYERS (Selected Aug. 17): No. 79. Blake Corum, RB, Michigan, Junior. Notable 2021 stats: 952 yards, 11 TDs. Last year's ranking: NR. As a sophomore last season, Corum ran for 952 yards and 11 touchdowns on 143 carries as the Wolverines won the school's first Big Ten title since 2004 on the way to the College Football Playoff. With Hassan Haskins gone, Corum is Michigan's undisputed top back. - ESPN.com

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  08/29/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY (COMMUNITY SERVICE) WATCHLIST: Blake Corum, Michigan, Jr., RB,...All-Big Ten in 2021 (third team, coaches; honorable mention, media) in 2021...18 career games out of the back field with one start...Went for more than 1,000 yards from scrimmage in 2021 (952 rush yards, 141 receiving yards) with 12 touchdowns (11 receiving)...Also returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards...2021 Co-Offensive Skill Player of the Year. - Michigan Football

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  08/26/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON ALLSTATE AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM NOMINEE: Blake Corum, University of Michigan,...Appeared in 12 games at running back and also returned kickoffs in 2021...carried 143 times for 952 yards with 11 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown...also returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards to earn his second varsity letter...All-Big Ten selection (third team, coaches, honorable mention, media)...Paul Hornung Award semifinalist. - Michigan Football

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  08/22/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan running back Blake Corum didn't set out to add weight in the offseason, but he's preparing for the upcoming season and an even bigger workload with about 10 extra pounds. Corum, a 5-foot-8 junior, is now 212 pounds, in large part because of eating right and hydrating better, not to mention he has always been known for his tireless work in the weight room. He looks bigger and fit, and during a news conference Friday, he said he feels good at this weight. "If anything, I feel faster," Corum said. "It doesn't change my game at all. Maybe bring a little more power, a little more weight with it." Last season, he was part of the backfield duo with the hard-running Hassan Haskins, whose 20 rushing touchdowns set a program single-season record. They called themselves, "Thunder and Lightning," with Corum the latter because of his breakaway speed.

Corum was on pace for a 1,000-yard season, but a high-ankle sprain late in the schedule forced him to miss the better part of three regular-season games. In 12 games, he had 143 carries for 952 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also had 24 catches for 141 yards and a touchdown. Corum was voted third-team All-Big Ten by the coaches. Heading into this season, it's about Corum and also sophomore Donovan Edwards, who gained valuable experience last season as a freshman. He rushed for 174 yards and three touchdowns on 35 carries, and he also had 20 receptions for 265 yards and one touchdown. - Detroit News


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  08/02/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Blake Corum, Michigan,...Appeared in 12 games at running back and also returned kickoffs in 2021...carried 143 times for 952 yards with 11 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown; also returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards to earn his second varsity letter. - Michigan Football

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  08/02/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF YEAR PLAYER TO WATCH: Blake Corum, RB, junior, Michigan,...All-Big Ten selection (third team, coaches, honorable mention, media; 2021)...Appeared in 12 games at running back and also returned kickoffs; carried 143 times for 952 yards with 11 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown; also returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards to earn his second varsity letter...Paul Hornung Award semifinalist...Three times, shared Offensive Player of the Week honors after his performances against Western Michigan, Washington, at Nebraska. - Michigan Football

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  07/29/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  In the wild, wild west that is Name, Image and Likeness in college athletics, Jim Harbaugh upped the ante on Tuesday. During his 50-minute interview session with reporters at Big Ten Media Days, the Michigan head coach offered his endorsement of league-provided revenue sharing to players. "You know me, I've always been for NIL," Harbaugh said on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium. "I believe players should have a share in the revenues, and I think that's something that's really possible at Michigan. I think that's where we're headed." Asked to clarify his comments, Harbaugh pointed to the Big Ten - currently in negotiation for another multimedia rights deal, reportedly expected to top $1 billion - as having the financial resources to fund such a plan.

"They use their name, image and likeness on the TV broadcasts," Harbaugh said. "They're the ones signing the mega-TV deals. And a new one's coming in 2024. Why can't that be an NIL deal right from the Big Ten? "Because that's who's negotiating the TV deals, and that's where the big money is." Under such an arrangement, Michigan would be positioned nicely thanks to its massive popularity and TV ratings success. Harbaugh's team played in some of the most watched college football games of 2021, garnering massive, nationwide audiences. - Ann Arbor News

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  07/22/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Blake Corum (Jr.), Michigan,...As a sophomore last season, Michigan running back Blake Corum appeared in 12 games at running back and also returned kickoffs; carried 143 times for 952 yards with 11 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown; returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards. Honors last season: All-Big Ten selection (third team, coaches, honorable mention, media); Paul Hornung Award semifinalist. - Michigan Football

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  07/21/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: Blake Corum, Michigan,...As a sophomore running back for Michigan in 2021, Blake Corum (all 5-8, 220 pounds of him), appeared in 12 games and also returned kickoffs; carried 143 times for 952 yards with 11 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown; also returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards to earn his second varsity letter (wow, remember those letters on varsity jackets and sweaters in black and white movies? Michigan is so quaint). Recorded his first career 100-yard rushing effort against Western Michigan (Sept. 4), totaling 14 carries for 111 yards with a touchdown and adding two receptions for 22 yards and a touchdown. Had a monster performance against Washington (Sept. 11) with 21 carries, 171 rushing yards and three touchdowns (all career highs at the time) and added a 49-yard return for 231 all purpose yards. - Michigan Football

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  07/19/22 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  2022 WALTER CAMP PRESEASON SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: RB Blake Corum (Michigan),...In 2012, All-Big Ten selection (third team, coaches, honorable mention, media; CoSIDA Academic All-District 5. Two-year letterman (2020-21), Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 13, 2021), Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2021). Appeared in 18 career games out of the backfield with one start. Two season totals: 269 carries, 1,029 yards, 13 touchdowns; In 2021 returned five kicks for 304 yards, including a 79 yarder. - Michigan Football

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  09/18/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum rushed for 123 yards and three touchdowns as No. 25 Michigan routed Northern Illinois, 63-10 on Saturday. The Wolverines (3-0) scored touchdowns on their first nine drives, eight of them on the ground. The 10th drive also included a touchdown run, but it was called back for a holding penalty and Michigan turned the ball over on downs. The Wolverines never punted. Northern Illinois responded with its touchdown with 8:28 to play. The Huskies (1-2) kicked a field goal on their second possession of the game, but it was already clear they were in major trouble.

Michigan scored short rushing touchdowns on its first four possessions, two by Hassan Haskins, to take a 28-3 lead in the second quarter. The Wolverines changed up a bit on the fifth possession, scoring on an 87-yard pass from Cade McNamara to Cornelius Johnson - the third-longest passing play in school history - to lead 35-3 at the half. The Wolverines switched quarterbacks at halftime, putting in J.J. McCarthy, but he hadn't thrown a pass when Corum scored on a 49-yard run to increase the margin to 42-3. Michigan used six quarterbacks in the game. - Michigan/AP College Football


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  09/13/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  SEPT 13 BIG TEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Blake Corum, Michigan, RB - So. - Marshall, Va. - St. France Academy (Md.),...Set new career highs in rushing yards (171), all-purpose yards (231) and touchdowns (three) on 21 carries (8.14 avg.) in Michigan's 31-10 win vs. Washington...Added three catches for 11 yards (3.67 avg.) and returned two kicks for 49 yards (24.5 avg.)...Became the first Wolverine to score three touchdowns in a game since Nico Collins at Indiana on Nov. 23, 2019...Earns his first career Offensive Player of the Week award...Last Michigan Offensive Player of the Week: Shea Patterson (Nov. 25, 2019). - Big Ten Football

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  09/12/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Blake Corum sprinted for a 67-yard touchdown to give Michigan a double-digit lead in the second quarter, one play after Jim Harbaugh called for a fake punt and the Wolverines pulled away to beat Washington 31-10 Saturday night. Michigan (2-0) relied on a tandem of running backs, swarming defense and special teams to take and keep control of the game. "We're going to remain humble because we really haven't done anything yet," Corum said. "We have more to do and more to prove. I can't wait to see how far we go." The Huskies (0-2) have lost their first two games - including the opener to Montana - for the first time since 2008 when they finished 0-12.

Corum ran for 171 yards and three touchdowns, a week after he had 111 yards rushing and scored twice in the season-opening rout over Western Michigan, and credited the offensive line for his success. "They fired off the ball and were real physical," Corum said. "They made my job easy, so shout out to them." Hassan Haskins had 155 yards rushing and a score for the Wolverines, whose passing game was limited without injured receiver Ronnie Bell. The Wolverines were not moving the ball much and led just 3-0 early in the second quarter when Harbaugh made a gamble that paid off. "That was big," Harbaugh acknowledged. "Pivotal." With the punt team on the field facing a fourth-and-1 from the Michigan 30, a short snap went to Michael Barrett and he ran 3 yards for a first down. "It was a huge momentum shift," Washington coach Jimmy Lake said. "That's the nature of college football, especially when you're on the road in that hostile environment." - Michigan/AP College Football


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  08/25/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Word spready quickly to Michigan sophomore running back Blake Corum about the comments his position coach, Mike Hart, said about him Thursday. Hart is Michigan's all-time leader rusher, totaling 5,040 career yards from 2004-07. With the elusiveness to sidestep defenders and the doggedness to pick up extra yards after contact, Hart is one of the most distinguished college running backs of all time, despite his 5-foot-9 stature.

While the 35-year-old's playing career has been over for more than a decade, he said Thursday he sees a lot of himself in Corum, a strong, speedy back who also is considered undersized at his position at 5-foot-8. "He works a lot harder," Hart said. "Blake's a lot faster than me, a lot quicker than me. If I was that fast, I'd probably still be playing in the NFL. He's a great kid, but I think his mentality and the way he does things, the way he approaches the game is really similar to the way I did. He doesn't like making mistakes; he's not happy when he makes mistakes. He wants to be perfect, and that's something that reminds me of myself from that standpoint." Corum was asked Friday about Hart's comments and said he has been a welcomed addition to the running back room. He has watched countless highlights of Hart's playing days at Michigan and also was a top recruiting target for Hart when he was at Indiana. - Ann Arbor News


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  05/02/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  If you're counting on Donovan Edwards to make a huge splash running the football this fall, you might want to temper your expectations a bit. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh dialed back any pressure put on the four-star running back from West Bloomfield this week, telling the "In the Trenches" podcast that the plan in 2021 is to give a majority of the carries to two, more experienced players in the backfield. "Blake Corum and Hassan Haskins are two tremendous players," Harbaugh told host Jon Jansen. "That's where a bulk of the carries are going to go. We're going to lean heavily on those two players."

While the statement is not so much a revelation, it is a philosophical change from a year ago - when the Wolverines, with a more experienced and deep group of running backs, made a more concerted effort to spread the football around. In six games, four running backs had at least 15 carries - while quarterback Joe Milton was second with 38. Two of the team's three leading rushers, Milton and Zach Charbonnet, have since departed while veteran Chris Evans (16 carries, 73 yards) declared for the NFL Draft. That leaves the room a little lighter, both in scholarship players and experience - opening the door for a more focused game plan with leading rusher Haskins (61 carries, 375 yards, 6 TD) and Corum, who Michigan utilized primarily in a pass-catching role as a true freshman. - Ann Arbor News


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  04/03/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Michigan sophomore running back Blake Corum has drawn comparisons to Mike Hart, the program's all-time leading rusher, and not just because the two resemble each other in terms of stature. Corum is 5-foot-8, 200 pounds and Hart, who played for Michigan 2004-2007, was listed his senior season at 5-9, 202. Hart was hired earlier this year from Indiana to coach the Wolverines' running backs and while Corum is not a mirror image - he's faster than Hart - there are some obvious similarities. While Hart was with the Hoosiers, he recruited Corum, a four-star Maryland Gatorade Player of the Year, out of St. Frances Academy in Baltimore. So the two got to know each other. Corum said before he arrived at Michigan as an early enrollee freshman in 2020, he would watch film of Hart when he played for the Wolverines. "Just looking at old running backs," Corum said. "I've been watching his film. I've been trying to learn from him, pick him apart, look at the moves he used to do when he played and just the way he attacked each and every game. I definitely have been watching him." - Detroit News

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  01/15/21 - RB Blake CorumSr/2024, Michigan, 5-08, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Mike Hart, the all-time leading rusher at Michigan and infamously known for inflaming the in-state rivalry with Michigan State, is returning to Ann Arbor. Hart, 34, was named the program's new running backs coach on Wednesday, leaving his post as associate head coach and running backs coach at Indiana, in an announcement from head coach Jim Harbaugh. The addition of Hart comes after two recent departures from the Michigan coaching staff. The status of Jay Harbaugh, who's coached the Wolverines' running backs since 2017, remains unclear after his contract expired on Monday. - Ann Arbor News

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