ANN ARBOR, MI — Saturday’s house finale in opposition to rival Ohio State noticed a number of data damaged. An eight-game shedding streak to the Buckeyes. Performed. Twenty-nine straight wins by the Buckeyes over Large Ten groups. No extra.
The sport additionally marked the season-high in ejections from Michigan Stadium.
There have been 24 followers ejected from the College of Michigan’s house victory in opposition to Ohio State on Nov. 27. There was additionally one arrest for disorderly conduct, mentioned Deputy Chief Melissa Overton of the UM Division of Public Security and Safety.
Of the 24 ejections, 10 had been for alcohol, eight had been for violations of stadium guidelines, 5 had been for disorderly conduct and one was for assault, police mentioned.
The ejections surpassed what was reported through the season’s earlier excessive in opposition to Indiana on Nov. 6. That Indiana sport alone nearly surpassed the 21 ejections mixed between all of the earlier house video games this fall.
As well as, there have been 58 sufferers handled for first help, police mentioned. Of these, 36 had been associated to alcohol. There have been additionally 15 individuals transported to the emergency room, together with seven for alcohol-related causes, police mentioned.
There have been 111,156 individuals in attendance on Saturday evening because the fifth-ranked Wolverines upset the second-ranked Buckeyes in a 42-27 victory. It was the primary victory over OSU since 2011, and clinched UM’s first-ever berth within the Large Ten Championship sport since its inception in 2011.
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