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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Jabrill Peppers might be more than Mr. Everything for Michigan. He could be Mr. Heisman, too.Peppers ran for a career-high two touchdowns and set up another score with a 63-yard scamper in his return to his native New Jersey and No. 4 Michigan routed Rutgers 78-0 on Saturday night in a game in which the Scarlet Knights were limited to 22 yards total yards and two first downs.If theres a better player in the country I dont know who it is, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said after the Wolverines (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) matched their best start since 2011 and had their largest margin of victory since an 85-0 victory in 1939 over Chicago University.Harbaugh then went all in for the junior who has played 12 positions for the Wolverines this season.In my humble opinion youre looking at a Heisman Trophy winner, Harbaugh said. After a pause and half a smile, he added the word candidate.Peppers had scoring runs of 7 and 4 yards after taking direct snaps, and his career-long run midway through the first quarter paved the way to a 4-yard touchdown run by Ty Isaac for the first score of the game.A lot of my friends came out today who hadnt seen my play in person since high school so I definitely wanted to put my best put foot forward, said Peppers, who pointed to his mom in the stands after the game and yelled that `he loved her.It could have been a better day for Peppers. He had a 44-yard punt return for a first-quarter touchdown nullified by an illegal block.One of his touchdown runs came on a broken play, quarterback Wilson Speight said.He wasnt there so he just took off, Speight said. As he was running I thought this kid looks like a guy I created in NCAA football on my Xbox.Rutgers (2-4, 0-3) has lost three straight, with the last two being embarrassing for new coach Chris Ash. No. 2 Ohio State beat the Scarlet Knights 58-0 last weekend, holding them to 116 yards in total offense.This was worse, and seeing Peppers come home and put up a highlight reel added to the woe for the crowd of 53,292. Michigan had 600 yards in total offense and held the Scarlet Knights to 0 for 17 on third downRutgers senior safety Anthony Cioffi felt numb after the game.It just feels like playing a video game, he said. Just got spanked.Rutgers did not get a first down until Trey Sneed had a 12-yard run with 9:06 left in the fourth quarter.The 78-0 loss was Rutgers worst since an 82-0 setback against Princeton in 1888.We had a tough stretch -- three great teams we had, but theres no excuse for it, Cioffi said.Khalid Hill tallied twice from a yard out and caught an 11-yard pass from backup quarterback John OKorn early in the third quarter. Jehu Chesson had the best catch of the rainy night, diving to catch a 30-yard touchdown pass from Speight in the first quarter.Karan Higdon added touchdown runs of 15 and 44 yards, Bobby Henderson tallied from 13 and Isaac capped the scoring with a 34-yarder for his second of the game.TAKEAWAYMichigan: If Michigan wanted to make a statement to New Jersey recruits of where to play, coach Jim Harbaugh is going to get a ton of players from the Garden State. He has nine already. Peppers also made a statement for the Heisman rushing for a career high 74 yards on three carries and finishing with two tackles and a quarterback pressure.Rutgers: The Scarlet Knights are making a run for the worst team in the Power Five. Instead of getting better as the season progresses, the offense has gone downhill since Janarion Grant was hurt against Iowa. This was so bad Michael Cintron punted 16 times.ALMOST: Rutgers thought it scored on the final play of the third quarter on a 75-yard interception return by Deonte Roberts. A review showed the ball hit the ground and it was overturned.FISTS: About eight Michigan players raised their fists during the national anthem.WOWS: Michigans nine rushing touchdowns are tied for the most in program history (1939 vs. Chicago). This was the Wolverines second-largest margin of victory since 1920 (78 points) and its third-highest in program history. It is the largest margin of victory in a conference game, replacing a 69-point win against Northwestern in 1975.POINTS: It was the most points given up by Rutgers since an 80-7 loss to West Virginia in 2001UP NEXTMichigan: has a bye before playing at home against Illinois on Oct. 22.Rutgers: The competition level dips as Illinois comes to the birthplace of college football on Oct. 15. David Luiz Chelsea Jersey . 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He also had 10 rebounds and nine assists to join Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Baron Davis as the only players with such a performance in a road playoff game in the past 25 years. "After we lost Rudy, it was tough," Conley said. "We didnt know who was going to be that guy down the stretch. Ive kind of had to assume that role, grow into it and live and learn from it. Sometimes I make shots, sometimes I dont. Im kind of getting used to it." Conley has been at his best over the past four games for Memphis, averaging 20.5 points with 5.5 rebounds and 6.3 assists as the Grizzlies finished off the Clippers in the first round and got the split in Oklahoma City. His biggest shot was a 3-pointer with 1:58 left that put Memphis ahead to stay in Game 2 followed by an 18-foot jumper. If not for a Tony Allen miss late, Conley would have had a triple-double. "I take that personally," Thunder guard Reggie Jackson said. "I almost gave the guy a triple-double. I cant let that happen again. I feel the great players always take things personally -- the match-ups -- and like Ive said since day one, I want to be great. So, I have to do a better job of slowing him down and not letting the head of the snake bite us next game." Game 3 is Saturday in Memphis. Since the trade, Conley said hes worked on handling both the blame that comes with missing shots along with the attention that comes with being the guy everyone looks to at the end of games. Its been an adjustment for a six-year veteran long accustomed to distributing the ball and playing hard on defence. He led the NBA in total steals this season with a career-high 174. Part of his learning curve also included not getting too excited with the clock running down and the team needing a key bucket.dddddddddddd "I think thats helped me be more calm down the stretch and realizing situations and being patient," Conley said Thursday after practice. He started blossoming as a key scorer since the All-Star break. Conley led the Grizzlies after the break with the best scoring stretch of his career as he led the team in scoring 10 of their final 17 games. He scored at least 20 points in 12 of those games, averaging 17.6 points in March and 17 in April. Its why Allen believes Conley is among the leagues top five point guards. "Hes been doing everything," Allen said. "Assists, points, rebounds, steals and most importantly hes winning." Conley definitely has been more aggressive. Grizzlies centre Marc Gasol said Conley doesnt have to take 20 shots a game, though the guard hit 11 of 22 from the floor in Game 2. Coming off screens and forcing the Thunder defence to play honest also is a big part of what they need. "Im really proud of him, but were not satisfied. Im not," Gasol said. "The one position to me, one of the toughest ones to play because everyones always looking up to you, and we put a lot of pressure, at least I am, I put a lot of pressure on Mike and Im really hard on Mike a lot of times. But he knows I love him, and hes always the best and I expect more." The Thunder saw Conley in 2011 when these teams went seven games in the Western semifinals before Oklahoma City won. Oklahoma City forward Nick Collison said Conley has gotten better since then. He sees Conley being aggressive in his decisions passing off pick-and-rolls or attacking when Gasol and Randolph draw more attention. Thunder coach Scott Brooks isnt happy Conley got so many chances to score in the paint early along with five layups in the second half. Brooks said they knew going into this series that Conley is a good player. "Hes a problem that we have to make sure that we control," Brooks said. AP Sports Writer Jeff Latzke in Oklahoma City, Okla., contributed to this report. ' ' '

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