Michigan wide receiver Jeremy Gallon, left, catches a touchdown pass from quarterback Devin Gardner during the third quarter of Michigan's 63-47 win over Indiana during their NCAA football game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Lon Horwedel) (The Associated Press)
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch gains yardage as CMU's Jeremy Gainer (21) and Shamari Benton (26) close in for a tackle during the third quarter of an NCAA college football game against Central Michigan in Mount Pleasant, Mich., Saturday, Oct. 19,2013 (AP Photo/John L. Russell) (The Associated Press)
Baylor's Cody Wetsel, front left, Jason Osei, Cyril Richardson (68) and Jay Lee (4) celebrate on the field following an NCAA college football game against Iowa State, Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, in Waco, Texas. Baylor won 71-7. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) (The Associated Press)
Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday sits on the bench after throwing an interception during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Oregon in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. Oregon won 62-38.(AP Photo/Don Ryan) (The Associated Press)
Michigan allowed its most yards in six years on Saturday, and still beat Indiana by 16 points.
That's just one of the stats that marked a wild afternoon in Ann Arbor.
The Wolverines put up a bunch of wacky numbers, both good and bad, in beating the Hoosiers 63-47.
Jeremy Gallon racked up an astounding 369 yards receiving. Devin Gardner finished with school records of 503 yards passing and 584 yards of offense and Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for four touchdowns.
That should have been more than enough for a blowout win — but Michigan's defense was nearly as generous as Indiana's.
The Hoosiers threw for 410 yards, converted 8 of 14 third downs and had 28 first downs in just 21½ minutes on offense.