Watch 'Shutdown Fullback' Celebrate Michigan Week

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Those who watch will be champions. Those who watch this week's edition of the world's most serious college football show, that is.

For once again dominating the EDSBS Charitypalooza, the Michigan Wolverines have earned themselves the grand distinction of having a Shutdown Fullback episode created in their honor, the first team to ever carve out such a repute for itself.

It wouldn't be the first time Michigan has been the first school in the country to do something great. Somebody had to pound lowly votech school Stanford in the first Rose Bowl, after all.

Join us as Fielding Yost's water closet is memorialized, Michigan provides the solution for all conference realignment, Michigan-Chicago footage from 1903 gets dug up, an Ohio State fan carries himself with all the class and distinction one would anticipate, Michigan State's chemicals department pulls a SPARTY NO, and a tastefully presented female scholar delivers the sexiest minute in Michigan man history.

(SUBSCRIBE! And like Shutdown Fullback on Facebook!)

For more on Wolverines football, visit Michigan blog Maize 'n' Brew, plus Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire and SB Nation Detroit.

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