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WATCH: Channing Stribling discusses Michigan’s 14-7 win over Wisconsin

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Michigan cornerback Channing Stribling recorded more than one interception for the first time since high school in U-M’s win.

Wisconsin v Michigan Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images

After Michigan’s 14-7 win over Wisconsin, Channing Stribling spoke about the win, his play and the dominance of Jourdan Lewis.

The cornerback logged two tackles, one tackle for a loss, two pass breakups and two interceptions. Stribling’s confidence is at an all-time high.

Back to my freshman year,” Stribling said. “I had the same kind of confidence and the coaches have the same kind of confidence in you, then the sky’s the limit.”

Stribling believes that since Jourdan Lewis has been so dominant over his college career, teams will continually throw the other way. Wisconsin tested Stribling on Saturday, and it did not work out in the Badgers favor.

Lewis is an All-American, you got to go away,” he said. “It’s good either way. It is more chances I have to make plays. They had to throw to somebody. I just had to do my best.”

As a matter of fact, Lewis made four tackles, four solo tackles, one pass breakup and an interception.