Some 300 volunteers from nearby Father Gabriel Richard High School take up the difficult task of cleaning up Michigan Stadium every week.
The Wolverines have been outshot in every game this season, yet they have only lost one.
Ohio State’s Ben Fitzpatrick finished in double-overtime for the only goal of the game, ending Michigan’s bid to escape with a tie and one point.
That was evident Friday night, when the Michigan men’s soccer team put the competition aside to honor Fikayo Idowu, the Ohio State defender who passed away in a drowning accident in June.
Redshirt sophomore quarterback Wilton Speight had one of his best games of the season, going 16-for-23 for 253 yards and two touchdowns.
Jim Harbaugh didn’t hesitate to use three quarterbacks, play a defensive player at two positions and even roll out the now-famous “train” formation on the first series.
The Wolverines turned in one of their best performances of the season to earn the upset.
The Wolverines spent their day at a basketball clinic at Crisler Center teaching the fundamentals of basketball to girls who are currently in third through eighth grade.
Will Lockwood slapped in a pass from Max Shuart with only a minute remaining to give Michigan the win.