October 17th, 2013 at 7:11 PM ^

I have to agree here.  The pass to Odoms was a great throw and Tate's touchdown was pretty cool, too.  If you were an outsider I'd say that 2009 game was probably pretty entertaining to watch, I guess if for no other reason than Michigan almost losing to Indiana.

This is not to say I do not appreciate you putting these together, WH, because I definitely do!


October 17th, 2013 at 4:50 PM ^

I was at the game in which #9 occurs - it was almost as if Marquise Walker just came up to say, "No need to punt that. I'll take it." 

Also chuckled at the call on the Derrick Alexander return - "Put it on rerun..."


October 17th, 2013 at 5:12 PM ^

One of the greatest moments in Michigan football history.  I had brought a radio and was listening to Ufer's call.  Him going berserk was the cherry on top of it all.


October 17th, 2013 at 5:21 PM ^

"Under center is Wangler at the 45, he goes back. He's looking for a receiver. He throws downfield to Carter. Carter has it. [unintellibible screaming] Carter scores. . . . I have never seen anything like this in all my 40 years of covering Michigan football. . . . I hope you can hear me – because I've never been so happy in all my cotton-picking 59 years! . . . Johnny Wangler to Anthony Carter will be heard until another 100 years of Michigan football is played! . . . Meeeshigan wins, 27 to 21. They aren't even going to try the extra point. Who cares? Who gives a damn?"


October 18th, 2013 at 1:08 AM ^

The next-to-last play in '79 (not counting the offisdes), when Lawrence Reid was about to be tackled inbouds to end the game and he threw a lateral out of bounds to stop the clock...straight into Lee Corso's hands.

For quick thinking on a football field that play's right at the top for me. Next to the obvious #1 it might have been the most memorable of all of these.