Michigan football team unveiled secret weapon against Wisconsin - a stuffed animal
Did the Michigan football team unveil a top-secret weapon during Saturday’s game against Wisconsin?
Television footage from Michigan’s 48-28 loss showed Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Robinson rubbing linebacker Kenny Demens around his neck and head with - could it be? - a stuffed animal.
The Wolverines trailed, 24-7, at the time of the sighting.
Michigan’s defensive players were tight-lipped about the unidentified mammal - possibly a Wolverine or Badger - when asked about it Monday.
“Next question,” Craig Roh said.
Defensive tackle Mike Martin, who expects to play against the Buckeyes despite two injured ankles, confirmed the animal’s presence on the sideline, but declined to divulge further details.
“It’s a secret,” he said. “I can’t talk about that. That’s got to stay in our room.”
TheBigLead.com showed a screenshot of the footage here.
No word on whether PETA plans any objections.