As we try desperately to fill remaining days between now and kickoff, I thought it would be interesting to remember some of the notable blocks in Michigan history. I'll offer a few, but I'm sure there are many others which will appear as if by magic in the comments below.
Patrick Omameh vs. Notre Dame, 2010
We all remember the run, and most of us remember the block. Omameh cleared Te'o straight through the safety. Denard ran. There was much rejoicing.
Martavious Odoms vs. WMU, 2009
Broken plays are MUCH more dangerous when you've got a goddamn mountain goat rushing from the far side of the play to free you up.
Aaron Shea vs. the State of Wisconsin, 1998
Recently discussed. All your edge are belong to Aaron Shea.
Alfie Burch v. Ohio, 1991
Magicians call this misdirection; your eyes are so drawn to the shiny object shaking tacklers like whoa, you may not even notice number 7 fly into the play. Goodbye Buckeye, Hello Heisman. Much like...
Unknown Hero v. Ohio, 1997
I don't know who this is, but I've always appreciated this block. If you watch behind Woodson, some intrepid dude clears two would-be tacklers from Charles' baffles. Heisman Redux.
What else ya got?