Seven Cited For Breaking Into U-M’s Big House

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A general view of "The Big House." (Photo by Danny Moloshok/Getty Images)

A general view of “The Big House.” (Photo by Danny Moloshok/Getty Images)

ANN ARBOR (CBS Detroit) What does it take to get on the field at the Big House? Turns out, the answer isn’t just “practice.”

Police say seven people broke into the University of Michigan’s venerable football stadium, known as the Big House, early Wednesday. There was apparently drinking and marijuana involved.

Six of the arrested were students, U-M police said, and all seven were cited for unlawful entry. AnnArbor.com said one student was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol, a second student was arrested for an MIP and possession of suspected marijuana and a third student was arrested for failure to provide identification.

All seven people were released pending warrant approval from the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office, according to police.

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