Five arrested during Michigan football game against Ohio State
University of Michigan police arrested five people and issued tickets to another seven during the Michigan football team's win over Ohio State today.
Two minors were arrested for possessing alcohol, one person was arrested for disorderly conduct, one was arrested for resisting and obstructing an officer and one was arrested for a controlled substance violation, U-M Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Diane Brown said.
Of the seven people ticketed, five had alcohol in the stadium, one possessed someone else's identification and one urinated in public, Brown said.
In addition to those who were arrested and ticketed, another 38 people were ejected from the game, including 17 for possessing someone else's ID, 16 for having alcohol in the stadium, four for disorderly conduct and one for violation of stadium rules.
At least 87 people were treated by medical personnel, and at least 15 were transported to the hospital, Brown said.
Brown described the atmosphere as relatively normal for an Ohio State game and without any significant incidents.