Michigan went for it on 4th down in their own half, coming just short. The referee misread the measurement, ruling first down Michigan. Jadeveon Clowney then went into beast mode. He burst through the Michigan line, nearly decapitated Vincent Smith and then recovered the fumble. Smith is often described as “pound for pound” Michigan’s toughest player. Credit him for getting up after that hit.
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