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Michigan's Club Golf Team Rips Wolverines Football After Utah Loss, Is Upset About School's Allocation Of Funds

If you're a Michigan fan, you're probably furious that the team lost at home to Utah on Saturday, 26-10. There are several reasons for this -- Michigan was thoroughly outplayed by the Utes, there was a confrontation on the sidelines involving head coach Brady Hoke and defensive coordinator Greg Mattison, and the Wolverines turned the ball over four times. You can probably list a few more, but ultimately, Michigan fans are upset that the school paid Utah $1 million to come to the Big House and beat the Wolverines.

While many people were angry, few appear to have been more upset than Michigan's club golf team. After the game, the squad took to Twitter and blasted the football team, along with the way that the university allocates money.

Michigan has one of the best club golf teams in America, so it's unfortunate that the school can't find $100 somewhere in its budget to give them money for gas.