It’s a streak that seemed like it was never going to end, then it finally did on Saturday. For the first time in 364 days, a Michigan Wolverines receiver scored a touchdown.
During the Wolverines’ offensive struggles in 2017, wide receivers suffered the most. When Kekoa Crawford and Grant Perry each hauled in a touchdown on Sept. 9, 2017, it would be the last in a 13-game drought for Michigan’s wide receivers.
Finally, the streak ended on Saturday when sophomore wide receiver Nico Collins hauled in a 44-yard touchdown pass.
— Michigan On BTN (@MichiganOnBTN) September 8, 2018
After 13 games of never seeing a wide receiver score a touchdown, fans on Twitter went nuts when the embarrassing streak finally came to an end.
BREAKING NEWS: A Michigan wide receiver caught a touchdown pass.
— Freep Sports (@freepsports) September 8, 2018
A wide receiver scored a touchdown for Michigan??? Am I dreaming??
— Rob Crisan (@Rob_Crisan95) September 8, 2018
A wide receiver touchdown! pic.twitter.com/vh8zj6tqs1
— Michigan Por Vida (@MichiganPorVida) September 8, 2018
I can't believe what I just saw. A Michigan wide receiver actually caught a TD pass first time in a year.. #GoBlue
— Nick Smith (@NSmithReports) September 8, 2018
????A WIDE RECEIVER CAUGHT A TOUCHDOWN PASS WHILE WEARING A MICHIGAN FOOTBALL UNIFORM. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.????
— Jordan Strack (@JordanStrack) September 8, 2018
Michigan has thrown a touchdown pass to a wide receiver. Mine eyes have seen the glory.
— Greg Hargrave (@thegreghargrave) September 8, 2018
Wide receiver TD for Michigan pic.twitter.com/UFYITRlwD0
— ᗩᑎT ᗯᖇIGᕼT (@itsAntWright) September 8, 2018
A Michigan wide receiver with a TD??
— Joshua Gannon (@JoshuaGannon13) September 8, 2018
It has been one minute and thirty-five seconds since a Michigan wide receiver last scored a touchdown
— Alejandro Zúñiga (@ByAZuniga) September 8, 2018