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Death Threats

October 23, 2015

The Oct. 17 Big Ten game between Michigan and Michigan State was all but over. The Wolverines were up 23-21 with 10 seconds left. The game was finished; the Paul Bunyan Trophy was already headed toward or in Michigan's locker room, according to reports.

 

The Wolverines had the ball on fourth down in a one-step-and-punt situation.

 

But then the carpet was rolled out underneath Michigan's Blake O'Neill. The ball, looking like a hot potato in O'Neill's limp arms, plummeted to the ground.

 

As the ball rolled on the carpet for a few seconds, smeared with sweat and turf beads, soon rolled out the hate mail, the death threats and the negative salutes to Michigan's No. 12 player -- the guy who made the costly mistake.

 

No fans were laughing at this gaffe.