Cornelius Johnson has caught fire and is starting to compile a performance for the ages in The Game. After Michigan was sluggish into the second quarter, Johnson has now scored on back-to-back massive plays against Ohio State.

The first was a 69-yard catch-and-run that included a broken tackle. The second one was simply a wide-open deep bomb connection with quarterback JJ McCarthy.

Trying to determine who was intended to cover Johnson is tricky because he was so wide open. In the end, McCarthy put the ball on Johnson with enough time to adjust down the field.

When it was all said and done, Johnson rolled for 75 yards and put the Wolverines on top for the first time Saturday, 17-13 with halftime approaching: