A top-15 showdown, the No. 11 Michigan Wolverines didn’t quite hold up their end of the bargain falling to the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers, 35-14, at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Racing out to a 14-0 lead after fifteen minutes and a 28-0 cushion at halftime, Wisconsin was in control from the get-go.

With an official capacity of 80,321, Camp Randall was packed to the limit. One Michigan fan’s reaction during the playing of House of Pain’s ‘Jump Around’ says all you need to know.

Here is the video of the disappointed fan, courtesy of the Wisconsin football Twitter account:

Wearing a sweet Dylan McCaffrey jersey, the fan witnessed the Michigan redshirt sophomore quarterback leave the game in the third quarter with an apparent head injury after taking a violent hit from Badgers redshirt junior safety Eric Burrell.

McCaffrey was replaced by Shea Patterson, who started the game but was replaced shortly before halftime. Patterson finished the game 16-34 for 244 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

Playing ‘Jump Around’ between the third and fourth quarter of each home game, the tradition began in 1993 and has become one of the most iconic sights in college football.

Wisconsin (3-0) faces Northwestern (1-2) on September 28 (12:00PM ET, ABC) in Madison.

Returning to Ann Arbor, Michigan (2-1) hosts Rutgers (1-2) on Saturday (12:00PM ET, BTN).