Michigan Wolverines, Rutgers Scarlet Knights. (Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)

Michigan Wolverines, Rutgers Scarlet Knights. (Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)

Michigan football vs. Rutgers football was the content Twitter deserves.

Michigan football needed triple overtime to hold off Rutgers football on Saturday night.

It was one of the games where it looked like the Michigan Wolverines were going to spiral out of control even more. Quarterback Joe Milton got benched in favor of Cade McNamara, who helped spark the Wolverines’ comeback vs. Greg Schiano’s Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Everybody went through all the emotions on Twitter from this game. Thankfully, it has come to an end finally.

Michigan may have beaten Rutgers, but this is not a good team at all

McNamara may be the guy who ends up saving Jim Harbaugh’s job at Michigan.

Michigan-Rutgers game of the year is frankly poetic.

— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) November 22, 2020

They call it free football but what they don’t tell you is pain doesn’t cost anything either.

— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) November 22, 2020

However, it still feels like a divorce is inevitably coming in Ann Arbor at the end of the season.

Again, if I told you it would be 12:02 am and Rutgers would have a chance to win in triple OT against Michigan, I think you might say, “WUT?”

— Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) November 22, 2020

Michigan with the game-sealing interception, avoids the nightmare.

— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) November 22, 2020

Rutgers looks to be much improved under Schiano, but Michigan is supposed to be Michigan.

Congrats to Michigan for – hey, quit laughing, I need to get this done – to Michigan for beating R – seriously you’re gonna make me laugh, too – for beating Rutgers in a classic battle of Big Ten powahahahahahahaha DANGIT GUYS

— Ryan Nanni (@celebrityhottub) November 22, 2020

And that’s the game! Michigan gets the defensive stop and will escape with a 48-42 3OT victory over Rutgers.

— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) November 22, 2020

Goodnight, you sweet prince of a game…

— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) November 22, 2020

All we know is this game took years off our lives from all of its incredible zaniness.

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