Roy Roundtree’s big first half helped him break Jack Clancy’s 34-year-old Michigan receiving yardage record today.
Roundtree caught four passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, leaving him just five yards shy of Clancy’s mark. He then broke the record on his first catch of the second half, a 17-yard reception.
Roundtree currently has five catches for 209 yards and two touchdowns with under eight minutes left in the third quarter. Clancy’s mark was the oldest single-game record on the Michigan books.