Michigan Football To Honor Oxford HS Victims In Big Ten Title Game
The University of Michigan announced on Thursday night that when they take the field against Iowa on Saturday night, they will wear a patch on their uniforms honoring the victims of the Oxford High School shootings earlier this week.
The "TM 42" stands for Tate Myre and the number 42 that he wore for Oxford HS during his football career. Myre was a star player for the Wildcats and was verbally committed to play for Toledo next season before he passed away earlier this week. The four hearts on the patch are for all four victims of the tragedy. The outline of the patch is of the Oxford HS "O"
Michigan is in the Big Ten Championship Game for the first time ever, they qualified for it by defeating Ohio State last Saturday afternoon 42-27 in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines are 11-1, Iowa is 10-2 and won the Big Ten West division by way of their victory over Nebraska and Wisconsin's loss to Minnesota last weekend.