Michigan football Oct 12, 2019; Champaign, IL, USA; A Michigan Wolverines helmet sits on the back of the bench during the second half of the game against the Illinois Fighting Illini at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Michael Allio-USA TODAY Sports

Last season, Michigan Wolverines star running back Blake Corum emerged as without a doubt one of the top running backs in the entire country, establishing himself as a legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate by the end of the season. But after an injury late in the season followed by Michigan’s loss in the College Football Playoff, Corum decided to stay. And now he’s explaining why.

For Blake Corum, the decision to stay at Michigan for one more year was pretty simple: he had unfinished business.

“There’s just more left that I want to do … not only on the field but in the community, as well,” Corum said according to On3. “We have more that’s on the plate and I’m just trying to finish it off.”

Corum revealed three goals he has for the upcoming season.

“Winning the national championship, winning the Big Ten again, beating Ohio State again. Just everything, coming for everything,” Corum said. “I left some things out there, so I’m excited to be back. That’s why I came back. I love Michigan, I love my team and I think we can get the job done.”