It wasn't pretty, but Michigan won the 2012 Sugar Bowl, defeating the Virginia Tech Hokies 23-20 in overtime.
Virginia Tech actually dominated the game, outgaining the Wolverines 377-184, but Michigan took advantage of Hokie miscues and a few calls that went in their favor.
One of those favorable calls came in the top half of the first overtime on a touchdown grab by Danny Coale. Well, it was called a touchdown, but then overturned upon review.
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On the very next play, Hokies kicker Justin Myer missed his first of five field goals in the game. Myer's miss allowed the Wolverines to play for the game-winning field goal. After three running plays, Brendan Gibbons drilled the winner from the same distance Myer missed his:
(Let's pretend we don't see the false start...)
Junior Hemingway was named the Allstate Sugar Bowl MVP after the game. Hemingway had two very impressive touchdown catches.
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