VIDEO: Junior Hemingway's Second Touchdown Vs. Virginia Tech In 2012 Sugar Bowl

First Denard Robinson threw an interception, but it was overturned and ruled incomplete. After Michigan punted, Virginia Tech threw it right back to the Wolverines. Robinson then threw another interception, but it was wiped out by a defensive interference penalty.

After all that dusty suck settled, Michigan ultimately took a 17-6 lead over the Hokies on Junior Hemingway's second touchdown of the night.

It was a beauty, so watch it here:



Hemingway's first touchdown was a 45 yard reception from Denard Robinson and he similarly bailed him out on the throw above, although this one was perfectly thrown in that if Hemingway didn't make a remarkable grab, it would've been incomplete. I don't know if the same could be said for the first Robinson touchdown toss.

For more on the Wolverines, be sure to head over to the SB Nation blog Maize 'N Brew. Check out Gobbler Country for everything Hokies. Head over to the official site of the Allstate Sugar Bowl for more info on this year's game.

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