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Michigan's Chesson has 7 TDs in team's 3-game winning streak

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh lined up his fastest players last spring on more than one occasion and staged 40-yard races. Jehu Chesson sprinted across the finish line first each time, he said, just ahead of speedy teammates such as Jabrill Peppers and Jourdan Lewis. After a slow start in terms of scoring, the 14th-ranked Wolverines are finding ways to make...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Five-Star Had Close Eye On Michigan This Weekend

Donovan Peoples-Jones, arguably one of the best prospects in next year’s class, had a close eye on Michigan this weekend. The Cass Tech native had several tweets regarding the Wolverines’ double OT win. Here was what DPJ tweeted after Jehu Chesson caught the game-tying TD to force overtime: Aghhhhhh Good catch ! — Donovan P. Jones (@dpeoplesjones) November 15, 2015 After...
Via Diehardsport
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan Commit On Jehu Chesson: “He’s The Man”

Jehu Chesson tied a Michigan record on Saturday by catching four touchdown passes. The redshirt junior, who entered the Indiana game with 259-yards receiving and three-touchdowns, nearly doubled those numbers (10-catches, 207-yards and 4 TDs) against Indian The performance from Chesson caught the attention of Rashad Weaver, a three-star lineman out of Florida, who tweeted out the...
Via Diehardsport
9 days ago  |  Discuss

#14 Michigan 48 – Indiana 41 (2OT): Michigan survives on record day from Rudock, Chesson

(Isaiah Hole, Wolverine247) Parallels have been drawn between Jim Harbaugh and his mentor Bo Schembechler, and on Saturday afternoon in Bloomington, Ind., Harbaugh nearly achieved a dubious feat that no Michigan coach since Schembechler has done: lose to Indiana. Instead, his scrappy bunch of Wolverines survived an onslaught from the Big Ten’s best offense to take home a 48-41...
Via MaizeAndGoBlue
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Michigan stops Indiana on 4th-and-goal to win game

No. 14 Michigan just escaped Indiana with a 48-41 victory in double overtime. The Wolverines sent the game into overtime on a touchdown pass from Jake Rudock to Jehu Chesson, and then locked up the win by batting down a fourth-down throw from Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld in the second extra session. The Wolverines took a 48-41 lead in that second overtime on a scoring toss from Rudock...
Via College Spun
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan ties at the buzzer with Jehu Chesson’s 4th TD catch

The Michigan Wolverines pulled some magic out of their pockets as quarterback Jake Rudock, on fourth down, found receiver Jehu Chesson for the fourth time today. Check out the highlight below! Jehu Chesson comes through for @umichfootball as time expires! #MICHvsIND goes to OT! — XFINITY Sports (@XFINITYSports) November 15, 2015 Chesson has 10 catches...
Via Campus Sports Net
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Michigan Scores Touchdown To Force Overtime, Keep Postseason Hopes Alive

Michigan just saved its season – for now.  Wolverines’ quarterback Jake Rudock threw a touchdown pass on fourth down with two seconds left to tie the game against Indiana. The pass was caught by Jehu Chesson.  Here’s the play.  Michigan and Indiana are now in OT. 
Via College Spun
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jehu Chesson Scores Third TD On 64-Yard Catch-And-Run

Jehu Chesson is having himself a day against Indiana. Watch the Junior WR catch his third TD of the day on this 64-yarder. Flip the page to see a tweet regarding Chesson from a Michigan commit The post Jehu Chesson Scores Third TD On 64-Yard Catch-And-Run appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Michigan returns opening kickoff for at touchdown vs. Northwestern

It didn’t take long for No. 18 Michigan to make a splash against No. 13 Northwestern Saturday afternoon.  On the opening kickoff, wide receiver Jehu Chesson found a crease, shook a defender and took it 96 yards down the sideline to put the Wolverines ahead 7-0. It marked Michigan’s first kick return touchdown since 2009. All of the talk was about defense. Looks like special...
Via College Spun
October 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan fools cameraman on this 36-yard trick play

Michigan just took a 14-0 lead on UNLV at home early in the second quarter and used some misdirection to do so.  The Wolverines fooled everyone, including the Big Ten Network cameraman, on this 36-yard touchdown on a reverse to Jehu Chesson. A little misdirection & 36 yards later, Jehu Chesson has another @umichfootball TD. Brought to you by #GrubHub.
Via College Spun
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss

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