My brother, dad, and I always refer to one particular play when we talk about tough Michigan football. We have been bringing it up for years, but for the life of me I have been unable to remember which game it was in order to track down some video of it. I thought I would toss it out to the board and see just how good you are. Here is the scenario as I remember it:
Aaron Shea was playing fullback and was a lead blocker on some sort of off tackle or sweep play to the right. He ended up blocking the end, I think, sliding off and blocking a linebacker, and then plowed over a defensive back as the runner followed him into the endzone. I remember calling my dad after the play and his first comment was "did you see Shea blocking three guys on that run?" It is nice to see the flashy runs, great catches, etc. but I have a special love for guys making tough plays like that one.
This is quite the test, though. I am asking if anyone remembers one particular play, given a description of a blocker, from almost a decade ago. What do you have?