It's another loss for University of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, and this one's heartbreaking.
In the final seconds of the fourth quarter Saturday, Michigan punter Blake O'Neill fumbled the football on a blown snap, which ended up in the hands of Michigan State University's Jalen Watts-Jackson for a 38-yard touchdown.
It put Michigan State on top, 27-23, as the clock struck zero, handing another sad loss to Harbaugh's new team. And at home! The game-changing play was the first time Michigan State took the lead the entire game.
It wasn't just a shock for fans, but for Harbaugh, who returned to save his alma mater after a disappointing season in San Francisco. Today marks his Wolverines' second loss. Poor guy.
Oh, and BONUS FOOTAGE: A Michigan fan flipped off the camera at one point.
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