Sean Merriman, web editor, July 17, 2015

At 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, we?re airing Michigan's 27-25 victory over Wisconsin during the 2008 Big Ten football season.

This was Rich Rodriguez's first Big Ten win as the Wolverines head coach. More importantly, Michigan's 19-point win victory marked the Wolverines' biggest comeback win in the history of the Big House.

Brandon Graham had three sacks and forced two fumbles as Michigan's defense held Wisconsin to just six points in the final two quarters of play after trailing 19-0 at the half.

Here is a breakdown of Michigan's win over Wisconsin.

Top moment: John Thompson corralled a tipped pass and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown with 10:24 remaining in the game. That score gave the Wolverines a 20-19 lead, their first lead of the game.

Top stat line: Michigan trailed 19-0 at halftime and came back to win 27-25, marking the largest home comeback in program history.

Top player: Brandon Graham recorded three sacks and forced two fumbles in the win.