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Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh stuck with tradition on Tuesday night and walked to the grave of former Wolverines coach Bo Schembechler and smashed a Buckeye on it prior to Saturday's rivalry game against Ohio State.
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Per the Detroit News...
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This has become a tradition here, organized by Jeffrey Holzhausen the Tuesday before the annual Michigan-Ohio State game, which is Saturday at Michigan Stadium. Holzhausen started the grave walk as an organized event in 1997, although he started coming alone to the grave sites in 1992 during his freshman year at Michigan as a personal tribute.

An estimated 200 fans walked Tuesday night through the cemetery, first stopping at Schembechler’s grave.
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It looks cold as frick. What smart person would choose to live in a place where temps below the 20s are the norm for a six month period?



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sullivanct19a104 months
Harbaugh is about to induce chest pains up there in Columbus
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Storm Warning104 months
yankees (always lower-case) ARE creepy.
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VagueMessage104 months
It seems like this sort of disrespectful thing would be outlawed by today's PC/SJW society. Someone would demand a public apology of or something.

But yeah, kind of a weird thing to do.
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TbirdSpur2010104 months
frick ohio state. Go Blue!
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Hook Em Horns104 months
Yankees are creepy
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TangipahoaTiger104 months
Creepy
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CNB104 months
Harbaugh was like "I gotta do what, now?"
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pioneerbasketball104 months
Yankees are creepy
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rantfan104 months
That's morbid
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Roovelroe104 months
Yankees are creepy
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Navytiger74104 months
I've actually never heard of this. Am I the only one that finds this completely cult weird...like worse than A&M?
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Bruneaux104 months
that's weird...
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