35 people ejected, 2 arrested at Michigan-Purdue football game
Police ejected 35 people from Saturday's University of Michigan vs. Purdue football game at Michigan Stadium.
According to Diane Brown, spokeswoman for the U-M Department of Public Safety, 24 were ejected for possessing another person's ID, 8 for possessing alcohol in the stadium, 2 for violating stadium rules, and 1 for disorderly conduct.
Two people were arrested for minor in possession of alcohol. One person was issued a citation for possessing another person's ID, Brown said.
Emergency medical personnel treated 34 people at the game, but none were taken to the hospital, she said.
Announced attendance was 112,115. Michigan won the game, 36-14.