WATCH: Jourdan Lewis secures third-career INT for Dallas Cowboys
Darnold's pass is PICKED.- NFL (@NFL) October 13, 2019
Jourdan Lewis with the interception! @JourdanJD #DallasCowboys #DALvsNYJ
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Former Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis made his presence felt on Sunday for the Dallas Cowboys as he picked off New York Jets' quarterback Sam Darnold in the third quarter of a 24-22 loss for the Cowboys. Down 21-9 late in the third quarter with the Jets looking as if it were looking to expand its lead even further, a nice defensive play by Lewis saw him rewarded with this third-career interception.
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Michigan is coming off of a 42-25 victory over Illinois on Saturday and it set to face a fierce Happy Valley atmosphere as the Wolverines prepare to face an undefeated Penn State with ESPN College GameDay in town. Needless to say, GameDay's presence makes the stakes a little higher.
continues to tell reporters that he believes the offense is close to breaking out. As things stand, Michigan ranks 93rd in the country in total offense and continue to struggle running and throwing the football against quality defenses. On Monday, Harbaugh alluded to reasoning behind his confidence.
"Run game, pass game, protection. Quarterback, receiver, running backs, it's an evolving, improving group," Harbaugh said. "I've seen them be at a really high level in practice consistently and a really high level in games. And getting that consistently high level in both games and practice is what I feel what I see coming."
The Wolverines will kick-off against Nittany Lions at 7:30 EST on Saturday on ABC.
Michigan entered the 2019 season with the pressure slightly amped up. Ohio State has lost head coachand have a first-year quarterback in. The Wolverines, meanwhile, return the bulk of their talent offensively under new coordinator. Quarterbackis expected to lead one of the nation's top units, flanked by an elite receiving corps and an offensive line that had four All-B1G contributors in 2019.
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"We really just have that focus. Things that we have been working on, things that we have been training on, that moment-to-moment, day-to-day (approach) with the choices we make,"he said at Big Ten Media Days this summer. "If you put yourself into their situation, 18 to 22 years old, there are going to be a lot of choices even before the season starts. What to eat, what time to go to sleep, so many different things."
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