While a win is never a bad thing, the game was a bit of a slog, and it showed on social media. Even still, here are some of the best reactions:
No one knows what it means, but it’s provocative. It gets the people going:
In the eyes of many, there’s only one true 1997 National Champion:
Answer to the Aflac trivia question in the Michigan game:
1997 – The year Michigan clearly was the best college football team in the country & I don’t think there is even really a debate.
— Jordan Strack (@JordanStrack) November 12, 2022
Opinions were divided on what the biggest contributor to the receiving woes were:
JJ could use a little bit of help.
— Bryan Mac blue check mark (@Bry_Mac) November 12, 2022
The next time a Michigan WR makes a play on a deep ball will be the first time. Unreal how bad these guys are on downfield throws.
— MSpath (@MichaelSpathITH) November 12, 2022
The game wasn’t exactly what you’d call efficient with it’s commercial breaks.
This game may be boring, but it sure is slow.
— John U. Bacon (@Johnubacon) November 12, 2022
One of the deepest TE groups in the country:
Jim Harbaugh knows how to recruit the tight end position, ladies and gentlemen.
— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) November 12, 2022
Michigan Stadium is a no fly zone:
Good thing they roll over to the next half, right? …right?
the good news for Michigan is that they have all three timeouts to use with 5 seconds left in the half
— Alejandro Zúñiga (@ByAZuniga) November 12, 2022
Witnesses also reported seeing a lone tumbleweed and some crickets:
Not a ton of excitement at this Michigan-Nebraska game. Someone was vacuuming in the press box a little while ago and no one seemed bothered by it.
— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) November 12, 2022
A lot of people were definitely sleep-watching this game:
Every year there’s one conference game that I watch the entire game and yet have no recollection of it and this year it’s clearly going to be this game
— Alex Drain (@Alex_Drain) November 12, 2022
Blake is a 100% certified bad man:
The refs made a little excitement of their own late:
The ruling on the field …
— Brandon Justice (@BrandonJustice_) November 12, 2022