U.S. Special Operations Command lands in Michigan Stadium


U.S. Special Operations Command lands in Michigan Stadium

Michigan football fans had no shortage of entertainment in Saturday afternoon’s 49-16 victory vs. Rutgers.

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Not only did the Wolverines score more points than any Jim Harbaugh team, college or NFL, since 2010, the game never was in doubt.

Added bonus: Safety and fan favorite Jabrill Peppers ran for a touchdown for the second consecutive week.

Halftime wasn’t so bad, either.

That’s because a member of the U.S. Special Operations Command jumped out of a plane and into Michigan Stadium.

As the tweet above reads, it sure did provide a unique view of Ann Arbor. Really great stuff!

Here’s a look at the entertainment from the fans’ perspective.

Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor

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