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Former Michigan Player Says Team Smoked Weed Before Appalachian State Loss

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
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Appalachian State wasn’t a bad team, but this is still one of the most infamous loses in Michigan’s history. Division II schools just didn’t come into the Big House and win, that was unheard of.

A former player who decided to be anonymous (I hate when they do that) decided to snitch on his former teammates about some of their activities before the game.

In a shocking revelation, this former player told me that over half of Michigan’s defensive starters and several key offensive starters partied deep into the night the night before the 2007 Michigan vs. Appalachian State game, then smoked marijuana hours before kickoff in an effort to “see how bad we can beat ‘em up if we are stoned.” The player said that the Michigan secondary and linebackers were the main participants of this group, but the ring leader was an explosive offensive playmaker, who would later be suspended during his Michigan career for failing a drug test.

“The night before the game, everyone was smoking pot and having fun at the team hotel, no coaches were bothering us. The next day, (game day), one offensive player in particular was the ring leader and was messing around trying to convince all the other guys that we could beat these guys stoned and how crazy it would be to be all messed up and still ‘drop 50 on these fools’. For some reason, there was a ton of people who joined in. From what I saw and was told afterwards, 6 defensive starters and 3 offensive starters smoked up that morning. One guy in particular who I know did is the one who made the biggest error of the game and cost us a chance to win. I wonder why”

Honey Badger doesn’t see the problem.

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