By now, you’ve seen Jourdan Lewis’ interception.

Some are calling it one of the best two interceptions in college football history. Next to the pick Charles Woodson made in 1997, it’s hard to find one better.

The All-American closed out Michigan’s first win vs. a top-10 team in eight years by making arguably the play of the year in the B1G.

It was even better in slow motion (via The Journey):

And just in case you forgot what that looked like in full speed, here’s that, too:

It seems like a lifetime ago that Lewis couldn’t get off the sidelines with an undisclosed injury. Now, the Michigan cornerback is back to playing at an All-American level.

Still, he’ll have a hard time topping that play.