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Michigan Men resort to deceit! Bizarre fake field goal against South Carolina

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You know that kind of crap Lane Kiffin tries like four times per game that never works? Brady Hoke got it to work.

It's been a fine bowl season for trick plays emanating from the state of Michigan. There was this, which did not work at all, and now there's the above item by the Wolverines, which did. Nobody knows how, though.

Watch as Drew Dileo sends kicker Brendan Gibbons in motion (KICKER MOTION), then more motion happens, then Dileo scoots to his right, which somehow causes the South Carolina special teams-turned-defense to drastically overcommit with all its heart and soul in that direction. The Cocks get caught up in their own traffic coming back, and Jadeveon Clowney was out there somewhere in Apollo Beach. These things happen, Mr. Clowney.

This led to a field goal, which allowed Michigan to head into the Outback Bowl halftime down by only a score.

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