Michigan Football: Top 10 plays from Wolverines 6-0 start

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No. 7 Blake’s Corum sideline step for a touchdown

Blake Corum had a lot of spectacular runs during the first half of the regular season. In the first six games, he racked up 610 yards and scored eight touchdowns.

Many of those touchdowns runs were stellar but my favorite was the 51-yarder against Northern Illinois. Corum might make it look easy but without his speed and nimble footwork along the sideline, it would never have gone for a touchdown.

A normal running back would have gotten the first down or maybe more, but Corum’s ability turned it into six.

No. 6 Cade to CJ on the  flea-flicker

One of the biggest plays of the season came against the Wisconsin Badgers and it was a touchdown pass from Cade McNamara to Cornelius Johnson.

Michigan didn’t run the ball well that game, but well enough to set up some play-action. But this first-quarter touchdown was just a great call by Josh Gattis and was perfectly executed.

McNamara put the ball on the money, Johnson made the catch and it set the tone for the Wolverines’ first win in Madison since 2001.