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Michigan was up 27-0 on Rutgers, so of course Jim Harbaugh went for 2 and got it

It’s the second straight year Harbaugh has made his team try for 2 with a four-score lead on Rutgers. Michigan-Rutgers is weird. It’s not-quite-a-rivalry because one team is way better than the other but yeah, there’s some serious dislike brewing, in large part because Jim Harbaugh has set up recruiting camp (literally) in Rutgers’ backyard. Animosity between the schools was perhaps spurred by Harbaugh’s decision to go for two up 25 points on Rutgers last year.
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