Takeaways from Michigan's national championship victory over Washington.

The Michigan Wolverines are national champions after defeating the Washington Huskies 34-13 on Monday night. 

Here are some significant takeaways from the game.

Michigan carried for the most yards in a championship game during the BCS/CFP era, with 303. 

Donovan Edwards scored two first-quarter touchdowns, the first from 41 yards and the second from 46.

On both plays, it appeared that Edwards would be stopped in the backfield, but he quickly bounced the runs to the outside and was off to the races with his outstanding speed. 

Edwards ended with 104 running yards and two rushing touchdowns. 

Blake Corum also contributed, rushing for 134 yards and two crucial fourth-quarter touchdowns to extend Michigan's lead from 20 to 34-13. 

 Corum finished with 134 yards on the rush and two touchdowns.

While Corum and Edwards had impressive figures, they couldn't have gotten them without great blocking from Michigan's offensive line as the game progressed. 

 This season, Michigan has repeatedly demonstrated that they are the more tough and well-conditioned offensive in the trenches, and the same can be said on Monday night against Washington.

Michigan led 20-13 in the fourth quarter, but it seemed far from secure – enter Colston Loveland.

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