Watch: Donovan Edwards scores 2nd touchdown on 46-yard run to keep No. 1 Michigan ahead in College Football Playoff National Championship

Donovan Edwards has broken loose again.

With 2:23 left in the first quarter, Michigan running back Donovan Edwards took the handoff from quarterback J.J. McCarthy and hit a hole toward his right.

Edwards broke free for 46 yards down the right numbers and toward the corner of the end zone for his second rushing touchdown of the College Football Playoff National Championship game. Both scores went for 41 yards or more.

Edwards is now up to 87 rushing yards on two carries. Michigan is averaging 14.2 yards per play.

Washington’s first drive on offense stalled out toward the red zone. Huskies kicker Grady Gross made a 25-yard field goal just inside the right goal post to pull Washington within 7-3.

Michigan holds a 14-3 lead after the first quarter.