Great video of the last stop of the game for the Michigan defense against Illinois based off the where will amazing happen videos. All credit goes to youtube user papereater32.
Let that be a precursor for years to come!
Roh came through untouched on a stunt while Gordon blitzed but got around enough to put pressure on Scheelaase. Mouton did an outstanding job of avoiding the cut block.
You can see that Ryan Lankford is wide open on the play, and how well the pressure got to Steelhaase before he could get set to throw.
you can see two receivers open, one to Scheelhaase's left and one to his right at the back of the endzone.
I don't see a WR open on the right. One WR does come open going left after a good route and then a natural pick from another receiver. Glad the blitz got there.
This FTW. I could watch that all day. And also cool highlighting of the Maize.
you about done yet? I've missed you since your 7th banning last week. You lead a sad life.
HIs comment did make me chuckle...wit? Perhaps not. Mildly amusing, kind of.
you suddenly felt the urge to beg for attention from U of M fans?
Your idiotic posts pop up every so often and require no skill or work to notice. I then make fun of your sad life. You are then re-banned.
The circle of life.
Enjoy the moment, celebrate a great play and a win. I"m all for our defense getting better, but they only need to keep our opponant to less points than our offense....even if it is 65.
Roy: you obviously aren't here to discuss Michigan football; all you seem to do is troll. May the banhammer be swift and just.
Anytime you can win you can consider it a job well done.
Job well done
Editing my comment as Roy D. Hibble has gotten the ban hammer once again. What a great week this is shaping up to be.
Is it strange that I just watched this video 10 straight times and got chills every time? Although I could probably watch anything in slow motion with that music playing and enjoy it.
QBs put in those situations (i.e. get in the endzone on this play or we lose) don't just close their eyes and toss a jumpball into the endzone before the pressure gets there. There were 2-3 guys right in his face and it was pretty clear we brought the house - not gonna escape the pressure. Yay for inexperience.
two players. They didn't bring the house.
Gordon Cameron == The House
They rushed 7 and dropped had 4 guys in coverage. It was a Cover 0 look.
He hadn't been under pressure like that all day - so the instinct was to run to evade the rush then find a receiver - in this case the pressure was too much and he couldn't do it. If he realized he wasn't going to be able to get away he surely would have thrown it. When he did it was too late.
I'd like to see this sort of blitz more often on 3rd down. Yes, we might give up a touchdown occasionally but it would be well worth it to get a few more stops per game. I will gladly trade a quick score or two for more stops and a chance for some turnovers. There is a reason that all great defenses are aggressive.
It was a great playcall with good execution and the style of the video was cool as were the effects BUT I couldn't keep myself from laughing at the juxtposition of the two.
The Illinois game was pure craziness. Trying to take away a coherent emotional message from it is impossible.
It's sweet how the maize in the stands that the fans are wearing is included. Awesome video.
awesome video. I hope and feel like this is going to catapult us to better things. An OSU victory would be the sweetest!
and everytime get even more goosebumps. For the first time I have to admit, I am obsessed with everything about this team.
Really nice...let's hand it to Gerg for at least that one play
by Illinois. Fitzgerald gets held a little too.
Great Video. Thanks!
I get a chub every time I watch that video. It could probably save Greg Rob a lot of money.
Hopefully this is the first of many of these videos. One of Denard's run vs ND with Brandstatter's call would be pretty epic
Fucking Goosebumps man, awesome video. I love watching the crown react as soon as the QB is flushed from the pocket. EPIC!!!
This is an awesome video, but why cut it at the 11 second mark? Why not show the awesome rush onto the field and the celebration. I think that's the best part - looking at people celebrate and remembering what an amazingly emotional event that play was.