And when I used the term power I meant to distinguish the upper body strength, as you pointed out. That was evident to me his arm strength.To me that shows off his natural upper body power.
Actually I didn't see that at all. In fact I think I counted only one time he fell off a block to the ground.
I guess I'm not seeing what you're seeing. #77, LT.
I mean there was a time or two in which he got his legs rolled up on from behind and he fell. Other times he finished the play by landing on-top of his man on the ground and that's just coached to bury your man when he falls.
For the most part I thought he held his own against NFL sized and NFL strengthed Bama players. I like the way he danced with his man in running blocking, by keeping his hands inside the shoulder, under the armpit, while hunching overtop of his man, in large part.
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Somewhere in here (second play, I believe) you'll see Lewan flying downfield. Of course Robinson outruns everyone. Love how he can run though.
Michigan vs Air Force: