Michigan faced third-and-goal from the five-yard line. Jim Harbaugh put Jabrill Peppers at quarterback. Peppers faked the inside handoff before sprinting to the left.
That's where he met Sam Hubbard in the open field. Though Malik Hooker finished the tackle off, Hubbard made the initial play against the electric Peppers.
Not bad for a defensive end. Not bad at all.
The ensuing Kenny Allen field goal attempt made it 3-0 Michigan at the start of the second quarter.