Michigan was dominant on both sides of the ball Saturday in the Wolverines' huge 58-0 win over Minnesota at the Big House.
And while the Blue defense dominated Gophers freshman Max Shortell and the Minnesota offense, it was the Michigan offense that clicked in ways it hadn't in quite a while.
Yes, Heisman Trophy contender Denard Robinson put up his usual solid stats: He posted 51 yards on the ground (on just six carries) but improved vastly through the air, completing 15 of 19 passes for 169 yards and two scores before getting pulled for backup Devin Gardner in the third quarter.
But offensive coordinator Al Borges opened up the playbook, getting Gardner involved in the game early and calling some trick plays, most of which surprised the Minnesota defense and paid major dividends for the Wolverines.
From Vincent Smith's halfback option touchdown pass to Drew Dileo to Gardner's flip to Robinson and his pass back across the field to Gardner, the Wolverines had some fun on Saturday.
And it got me to thinking about some of the most exciting offensive plays in recent Wolverines history.
Take a look at these videos and pick your favorite plays in the comments section below.
Enjoy, and go Blue!