A 37-yard field goal by Brendan Gibbons gives the Wolverines an overtime 23-20 win over Virginia Tech in Tuesday night’s BCS Sugar Bowl.
The Michigan Wolverines are hoping for a sweet finish to their trip to New Orleans Tuesday night.
A lot of excitement for Michigan fans as they play in the Sugar Bowl Tuesday night against Virginia Tech and U of M athletic director, David Brandon, is there along with Michigan fans.
When Michigan finally beat Ohio State this season, Brady Hoke had to do something about the signs he posted displaying the more than 2,900 days that had passed since the previous victory over the Buckeyes in 2003.
Michigan has made their way down to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.
The Sugar Bowl passed on the chance to take the higher-rated teams Sunday night, reviving long-standing complaints that the system is more about dollar signs than performance on the field.