Run and Shoot: Odd ruling gives Wolverines chance to close gap

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Odd ruling gives Wolverines chance to close gap

MADISON, Wisc. - On a third down play, the referees ruled that Ben Strickland and Greg Matthews simultaneously caught the football, thus giving Michigan a first down. It had appeared that Strickland was in control of the interception, but the referees didn't see it that way.

Camp Randall went nuts.

On the next play, Ryan Mallett hit Mario Manningham for a 12-yard score. It was Manningham's first catch of the day, and it put the Wolverines back into the contest.

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