Michigan struggled to move the ball against Army all afternoon, but in the end, the Wolverines found a way to win. Some are wondering if the players went a little overboard in celebrating their victory, however.
Michigan survived regulation just barely, as Army kicker Cole Talley narrowly missed a 50-yard field goal attempt as time expired. In overtime, the Black Knights scored first on a six-yard run by Kelvin Hopkins Jr.
Michigan struck back on a three-yard touchdown run by Zach Charbonnet, and then took the lead on a field goal in double-overtime.
Army struggled to move the ball on its final possession. The drive culminated in a sack and a fumble that Michigan recovered.
After the final play, Michigan's players raced towards the corner of the end zone to jump into the stands to celebrate with their fans. Some were a bit miffed as to why the Wolverines were going so crazy after surviving against a team they were 22-point favorites to beat.
Regardless, Michigan is 2-0 and still has a shot at the College Football Playoff. A loss would almost certainly have doomed the Wolverines.
Michigan next gets Wisconsin on the road in two weeks. That should be a big test.