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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Michigan Wolverines appeared to be on the cusp of beating rival Michigan State on Saturday night, but a last second flub on the final play wound up costing them the game.
With less than 10 seconds remaining, Michigan punter Blake O’Neill bobbled a snap and then failed to kick the ball away. The Wolverines were punting on 4th-and-2 from the Spartans’ 47-yard line; a play that likely would’ve ended the game.
Michigan State’s Jalen Watts-Jackson picked up the ball, running it to the end zone after time expired.
The last second Spartan touchdown ended the game with a 27-23 score, leaving the storied Big House silent.
The Spartans (7-0) have now won seven of their past eight meetings against their Ann Arbor rivals, who now fall to 5-2.