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Michigan Stadium sets single-game NCAA attendance record


Is Michigan and Notre Dame a national rivalry? That depends on whom you ask, but what we know for sure is that it's a popular rivalry. Michigan announced that the attendance for tonight's game between Wolverines and Fighting Irish was 115,109. Which would make it the largest crowd in college football history. (CBS Sportsline)


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