I know it'll take awhile to digest the significance of this game, but has anybody else stopped to think about how historic this game is? I know it's hard to think about now with all the excitement over having a shot at a bowl game again (last week, a lot of ppl thought we were dead), but this was not only a historic milestone for # of games played in the Big House, but this is a game that people are going to talk about 30 years from now in the same light as the Anthony Carter game in '79. "Hey, do you remember Rich Rod's first year coaching when the team was rebuilding and they beat 9th ranked Wisconsin after they were getting smoked at halftime?" "yeah, i think i remember that. who was the QB on that team anyways?" "i don't remember, but seven time Super Bowl MVP Nick Sheridan was his backup"
Okay, so maybe that last sentance won't happen...lol
Either way, we just witnessed part of Michigan lore here people. That was one for the ages and will be remembered for all of Michigan history!