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Sunday, 1 December 2013

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Reports that Musky, the Michigan Wolverine mascot had been kidnapped by two Ohio State cheerleaders proved to be false.

ANN ARBOR, Michigan - The undefeated #3 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes remained undefeated as they edged past the Michigan Wolverines 42-41 before 113,511 fans in The Big House.

Early in the second quarter the football game turned into a free-for-all as tempers flared during an Ohio State runback.

Hercules Confetti with Sporting Chance Magazine stated that Buckeyes running back Dontre Wilson had his helmet ripped off by a Wolverine player who can best be described as a pantywaist punk.

The Michigan jerk could clearly be seen purposely ripping Wilson's helmet off and then using his head as a drum.

The melee quickly catapulted into a ridiculous brawl which caused one fan to ask if the fans were watching college football or NHL hockey.

During the out-of-control scuffle, several players lost their shoulder pads, their knee pads, and one Ohio State player even lost his jock strap.

Reports are that all of the referees are suffering from lip bruises due to all of the whistle blowing that was going on during the confrontation.

SIDENOTE: Reports that a Michigan Wolverine assistant coach ran onto the field with a taser gun have as yet not been officially confirmed.

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