When you’re up 20-10 on the road, it’s hard not to “Jump Around.”

The Michigan sideline got in on the Wisconsin tradition during the 4th quarter of Saturday’s game, jumping around with the UW faithful as the House of Pain hit echoed through Camp Randall Stadium. You don’t see that much during Badgers home games, but can you blame the Wolverines for getting involved?

Well, there’s another reason why they did, according to Michigan defensive back Dax Hill.

That’s quite a quote. But Michigan sure backed it up.

The Wolverines, the No. 14 team in the country, cruised to a 38-17 victory over the Badgers for their first win at Wisconsin since 2001. Michigan’s passing game looked solid, while Wisconsin’s struggled once again, proving the two teams are on different tracks this season.

Michigan returns home Oct. 23 against Northwestern. We might have to see if they’ll play “Jump Around” that day.