November 29, 2021
As Michigan fans celebrated the Wolverines’ victory over rival Ohio State, reports of couch-burns, arson and car destroying were notably absent from Saturday’s celebrations. The Ann Arbor Fire Department posted on Facebook: “THANK YOU to the outstanding Michigan Football fans who celebrated responsibly after the game and overnight. AAFD responded on ZERO arson or couch fires, and all vehicles remained on their tires. Awesome way to set the example for our younger siblings!”
Michigan shocks Ohio State, ends eight-game losing streak in The Game
After eight consecutive losses, the Wolverines emerged victorious from this weekend’s matchup against Ohio State. Their 42-27 win against the Buckeyes has earned them a spot in the Big Ten championship game this Saturday in Indianapolis. The Wolverines’ strength in the second half and the performance from senior running back Hassan Haskins were crucial for the team.
Researchers at the University of Michigan found higher levels of PTSD, anxiety and loneliness among patients hospitalized with COVID-19 when compared to those not hospitalized. Professor of medicine Jakob McSparron told The Daily this was unsurprising, given that strict visitation policies limited patient’s access to their support networks.
Senior Hassan Haskins proved that Michigan’s running game was too strong for Ohio State this weekend. Haskins totaled 169 yards to tie Michigan’s record for most single-game yards rushed. Beyond the numbers, Haskin’s set the pace for the game early on, demoralizing the Buckeyes defense and scoring key touchdowns for the team.
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