Sean Merriman, web editor, September 20, 2014

Former Michigan standout Desmond Howard made the Heisman Trophy pose popular when he did it during the 1991 Michigan vs. Ohio State game. Since that time, it has become a popular trend, but not many players have done it at the Big House, especially not a player on the opposing team.

That changed today when Utah's Kaelin Clay returned a punt 66 yards for a touchdown early on in the second quarter, giving the Utes a 10-3 lead. Following the touchdown, Clay struck the Heisman pose on the same field Howard did nearly 23 years ago.

Keep in mind, Clay, who is a senior WR at Utah, wasn't even born when Howard struck that famous pose.