Gotta hand it to the WRs and TEs...the outside blocking yesterday was quite good...much better than last year. Michigan moved the ball quite well on the bubble and option screens. Of course having a QB who can put it on the money helps, but the blocking on the outside was very crisp. Even on Denard's broken play TD run, Odoms came all the way around because it was supposed to be a reverse and made a key block to help spring Denard. Well done.
I noticed and applaud the Odoms block for sure. He wasn't in the mix offensively much, but came through with that block.
My favorite part is that, in blocking the d-lineman, he does a somersault and doesn't waste any time rolling up to his feet and taking off downfield again.
True, and he nearly caught up to Denard et al!
Was really good yesterday, was a night and day difference on bubble screen blocking compared to last year.
Its good to see that the false start penalty and lack of balls his way did not take his focus out of the game, especially on a broken play.
OTOH, I did notice that C. Brown did miss a couple of blocks(inside and outside) that could have sprung big running plays. Although he did have a solid day running the ball.
He did also make a spectacular block on the long ball to the Martell Webb (that was overthrown).