WATCH: Michigan’s Jourdan Lewis Makes Absurd One-Handed Interception

first_imgJourdan LewisTwitter/@R0BaTOThere isn’t much to say here. Let’s just get to Jourdan Lewis doing unthinkable things.You know those highlights the big time networks run to introduce their highlight shows and such? Yeah, every single one from here on out should lead and close with this Jourdan Lewis interception from here on out.My goodness, what a play.ajohnsonnba: Jourdan Lewis ABC College Football Studio https://t.co/078cfoTavi pic.twitter.com/CFgnKDrTEU— FanSportsClips (@FanSportsClips) October 1, 2016.@JourdanJD looks like Air Jordan in this game-sealing interception! #WISvsMICH #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/aYepHv13vj— G.E. Anderson (@g_e_anderson) October 1, 2016Yes, in case you missed it, that’s a one handed catch in mid-air nearly horizontal with the ground. Talk about athleticism.The Wolverines and Badgers were caught up in a very close contest until late in the fourth quarter when Wilton Speight found Amara Darboh down the sideline for a long touchdown.This absurd play iced the game as the Wolverines topped the Badgers 14-7.Jim Harbaugh and the maze and blue improved to 5-0 on the year. It was their first real test of the season and the first time this year they were held to fewer than 45 points in a game.last_img read more

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ESPN Insider Has A Troubling Update On USC Football

first_imgStanford's offense going against USC's defense in the Coliseum.LOS ANGELES – NOVEMBER 14: The USC Trojans and the Stanford Cardinal play with crowde stands in the background on November 14, 2009 at the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. Stanford won 55-21. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)Clay Helton remains the head coach of the USC football program, though an announcement on the future of the Trojans could be coming later today.While many expect the head coach to be fire, ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler hinted during their broadcast that Helton could be returning in 2019.Helton said at his press conference that USC’s athletic director, Lynn Swann, told him that “better days” were ahead. Some have speculated that those words mean Helton will be returning.One ESPN insider has heard that Helton has a huge buyout, which could contribute to him coming back in 2019.“If Clay Helton’s buyout is around $15 million, which I’ve heard from multiple people, there’s a bigger problem with the USC athletic department than a bad football coach. We’re talking about an interim coach who had never been a head coach before and was in Memphis for a decade,” he reports.If Clay Helton’s buyout is around $15 million, which I’ve heard from multiple people, there’s a bigger problem with the USC athletic department than a bad football coach. We’re talking about an interim coach who had never been a head coach before and was in Memphis for a decade.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) November 25, 2018USC does have some big boosters, though. Colin Cowherd reports that several of them are calling for a change.“According to ABC announcers, Clay Helton is safe. If safe now means top USC boosters have told Lynn Swann to fire him, then yes, he is safe,” he reports.According to ABC announcers, Clay Helton is safe. If safe now means top USC boosters have told Lynn Swann to fire him, then yes, he is safe.— Colin Cowherd (@ColinCowherd) November 25, 2018Stay tuned.last_img read more

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