September 8, 2013 - 11:09am
BY ADAM RUBENFIRE
Updated: This story has been updated to add 20 more ejections that were reported following preliminary numbers.
115,109 people, an all-time Michigan Stadium record crowd, attended the night game Saturday against Notre Dame.
Working with University Police, law enforcement personnel located in and around Michigan Stadium engaged in the following actions before, during and after the game:
-11 arrests: Six for minor in possession of alcohol, three for resisting and obstructing a police officer, one for trespassing and one for disorderly conduct
-11 citations: 10 for alcohol in the stadium and one for unlawful entry
-50 other ejections: 11 for disorderly conduct, 10 for alcohol in the stadium, six for minor in possession of alcohol, two for violation of stadium rules and one for urinating in public. The other 20 ejections are mostly for disorderly conduct, but a specific breakdown from UMPD was not yet available.
In addition, emergency medical personnel treated 133 people. 21 of the patients were taken to University Hospital.