Brandon Levine, U. Michigan
- Brandon Levine, University of Michigan, Junior in Sport Management
My Favorite Game: My favorite game I’ve attended is undoubtedly the Michigan Wolverines vs Notre Dame football game at the Big House. It was the first game at the Big House under the lights, with an NCAA record crowd and Michigan completed an improbable comeback to defeat the Notre Dame 35-31, despite trailing 24-7 at the start of the fourth quarter and 31-28 with only 30 seconds left. Instead of playing it safe and kicking the field goal to tie and force overtime, Michigan went for it with 8 seconds left in the game and the ball on the Notre Dame 16 yard line, Denard Robinson threw a touchdown pass to Roy Roundtree with two seconds left to secure to win 35-31. The game featured 3 different lead changes with under 1:12 seconds left in the game.
My First Game: With my family on June 21, 2005 Yankees beat the Devil Rays 20-11, Yankees scored 13 runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to complete a comeback from down 10-2 deficit and Gary Sheffield, Alex Rodriguez and Hideki Matsui hit consecutive homers in the inning.