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Video: Wisconsin's "Jump Around" vs. Michigan Was Epic

Wisconsin football fans pack the stands for a game.

MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 16: Wisconsin Badgers fans cheer during the game against the San Diego State Aztecs at Camp Randall Stadium on September 16, 2006 in Madison, Wisconsin. The Badgers defeated the Aztecs 14-0. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

The Michigan Wolverines' College Football Playoff hopes were dashed at the hands of the Wisconsin Badgers in Madison on Saturday afternoon.

Michigan entered the game as an underdog - which was a bad sign from the very beginning. Jim Harbaugh has never won a game as an underdog during his time as the head coach at Michigan.

Wisconsin kept that streak alive on Saturday afternoon with an absolutely dominant performance over the Wolverines.

Late in the fourth quarter, Wisconsin fans broke out one of the best traditions in college football.

"Jump Around" blasted in the stadium as every fan in the building - except those wearing Maize and blue - jumped up and down.

Check it out.

We expect these Badgers fans to keep celebrating all night long. A blowout win over the No. 10 team in the country warrants that.

Wisconsin dominated the line of scrimmage on Saturday and made Michigan look like a middling Power 5 program. The Badgers have allowed just one touchdown through three games and look like a contender in the Big Ten and possibly beyond.

Meanwhile, Michigan will have to go back to the drawing board. The Wolverines get a solid bounce-back game against Rutgers next weekend.

Stay tuned for the latest.