For a second straight week, Michigan used opponent's 3rd quarter tradition to create its own 'juice'
In Week 5, Michigan jumped around with Wisconsin at Camp Randall Stadium. A week later, the Wolverines got “Thunderstruck” with Nebraska at Memorial Stadium.
Nebraska has debuted a new tradition this season, turning off the lights and having fans turn on their phone flashlights as “Thunderstruck” echoes through Memorial Stadium into the fourth quarter. It’s quite the spectacle.
Well, Michigan decided to get in on the fun, jumping around on the sideline and getting hyped up for the last 15 minutes. Check it out:
— Aaron Bills (@AaronBDesigns) October 10, 2021
After the Wisconsin game, Michigan DB Dax Hill said the Wolverines were trying to steal Wisconsin’s “juice.” They did the same thing against Nebraska, and it paid off as Michigan held on to defeat Nebraska 32-29 in Week 6.
The victory moved the Wolverines up to No. 8 in the AP Top 25 as they head into the bye week.