Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, October 3, 2015

There weren't many long plays in Michigan's 28-0 victory over Maryland on Saturday afternoon at Byrd Stadium.

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That is, until Jehu Chesson got his hands on the ball late in the third quarter.

With 5:18 left in the third quarter, Jake Rudock took the snap and gave it to the wide receiver who was running in motion.

Chesson did the rest, running to his left and working his way to the sideline, outrunning the Maryland defense all of the way to the house for a 66-yard touchdown.

Watch the highlight in the clip above.

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