Michigan’s Jourdan Lewis seals win over Wisconsin with one-handed interception

1:02 | College Football
Michigan holds on against Big Ten rival Wisconsin
Saturday October 1st, 2016

Michigan defensive back Jourdan Lewis made a ridiculous one-handed catch to intercept Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook and seal a 14–7 victory.

Lewis was back covering wide receiver George Rushing, and as he fell to the ground he reached up to get the ball with his right hand. He then puled it into his body to complete the catch, as Rushing tried to deny that he had possession.

How he didn’t drop this is anyone’s guess.

Michigan, the No. 4 team in the country, improves to 5–0 with the win. Wilton Speight led the way with 218 yards passing with a touchdown and an interception.

– Kenny Ducey

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