Northwestern shocking Michigan at halftime

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SHARE Northwestern shocking Michigan at halftime

Northwestern

so far is shocking No. 12 Michigan with a 24-14 advantage at halftime.

The

Wildcats would have gone into the break with a 21-14 lead, but Wildcat receiver

Rashad Lawrence dropped a touchdown pass in the end zone with the clock ticking

down. The play was then under review.

Game

officials ruled that two seconds should be added to the game clock, which gave

kicker Jeff Budzien enough time to nail a 20-yard field goal.


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