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Sans Harbaugh, U-M says 'staying together' key in 'huge' PSU win

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- When Michigan's team plane touched down Friday afternoon, coaches and players learned that the Big Ten had suspended coach Jim Harbaugh for the final three-regular season games, beginning with Saturday's showdown against No. 10 Penn State.

"Horrific timing," offensive lineman Trevor Keegan said.

But the eleventh-hour discipline for Harbaugh in the sign-stealing scandal couldn't derail the third-ranked Wolverines, who outclassed Penn State 24-15 to improve to 10-0 on the season. Michigan didn't complete a pass in the second half -- its only attempt resulted in a pass interference penalty on Penn State -- and ran for 227 yards and three touchdowns against the nation's No.