University of Michigan police say stadium crowd was well-behaved
University of Michigan police officers made five arrests and ejected 36 people from today's Wolverines game - a relatively quiet afternoon in the Big House, police said.
All five arrests were for minors in possession of alcohol, police spokeswoman Diane Brown said. Three citations were issued - one apiece for having alcohol in the stadium, scalping and using a fraudulent ID.
Of the 36 people ejected, 16 were throw out for violating stadium rules by attempting to pass IDs through the fence or bring alcohol in, 10 were ejected for disorderly conduct, eight were escorted out for having alcohol in the stadium and two were ejected for urinating in public, Brown said.
Emergency medical personnel treated 90 people in the stadium, and five were transported to the hospital; none of them were in serious condition, Brown said.
Today's announced attendance was 108,118.