Michigan’s offensive line does ‘keg stand’ celebration following touchdown during Maize & Blue spring game

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The Michigan Wolverines were feeling good during their annual Maize & Blue spring game, and the Blue Team showed off what should be one of the best post-touchdown celebrations we see this spring in the 20-12 Blue Team victory. 

Sophomore running back Tavierre Dunlap ran for the game’s first touchdown in the first play of the second quarter, and his offensive line wanted his first career touchdown (sort of) to be a memorable one. The Blue Team’s big uglies grabbed Dunlap by the legs and did what appeared to be a keg stand imitation on the field in celebration of the score. 

Dunlap finished with a game-leading 73 yards rushing and a touchdown on 18 carries. Starter Blake Corum added 40 yards rushing on just seven carries, while receiver Erick All added a 31-yard pass to set up the score. 

Walk-on quarterback Davis Warren was dealing for the Maize Team with 175 yards passing on 12-of-23 passing in the loss. Running back Kalel Mullings added 36 yards rushing on just four carries. Alan Bowman threw for 100 yards and two touchdowns for the Blue Team. Starting quarterback Cade McNamara took snaps with both teams, but only threw seven total passes. Backup J.J. McCarthy did not throw with an injury. 


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