The Michigan Wolverines are 5-0 and feeling good after a tough, defensively-physical victory over Wisconsin. Jim Harbaugh and company continued to show they may be a true contender with three interceptions against the Badgers, none more beautiful than the one by Jourdan Lewis to essentially put the game on ice.

Buried deep in their end of the field, Wisconsin was looking to make a big play happen to flip the field in their favor as they attempted to go for a game-tying touchdown. It was a rough afternoon for the Wisconsin offense, but it was time to dial up a deep pass to try and get something going when it needed it the most. Unfortunately for the Badgers, Jourdan Lewis tapped his inner Odell Beckham and came down with a remarkable interception with one hand…

Wow. That looked pretty nice. Let’s get another look at that one…

Wow. No other word should be used to describe that one. Maybe this is why Wisconsin tried staying as far away from Lewis as they could for much of the afternoon. And yes, it would’ve technically been a smarter play to just knock it down there for field position (as it was fourth down), but we’ll take that awesome interception instead.

Oh, and here’s an awesome Michigan radio call of the play:

[ABC; IMG Audio]

About Kevin McGuire

Contributor to Athlon Sports and The Comeback. Previously contributed to Host of the Locked On Nittany Lions Podcast. FWAA member and Philadelphia-area resident.