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Sugar Bowl: Michigan Vs Virginia Tech Football

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"Sugar Bowl Michigan Vs Virginia Tech Football"Michigan football lifts the Sugar Bowl title with the victory against Virginia Tech at the Mercedes Benz Superdome on Tuesday night, January 3. Michigan football coach Brady Hoke made a fantastic season by leading the team to win the silver Allstate Sugar Bowl trophy.

Final Score: Michigan Football, 23, and Virginia Tech Football, 20.

The Sugar Bowl final game between Michigan and Virginia is one of the thrilling games this year. Brendan Gibbons finished a 37-yard field goal down the middle in overtime to clinch the 23-20 victory against Virginia.

It’s the first season for University of Michigan coach Hoke as a head coach and he made no mistake through out the season. After the victory, Hoke called “Team 132.” He said senior players in the team have played a major role and they did a tremendous job since last January.

Denard Robinson made a spectacular with touchdown passes of 45 and 18 yards to game MVP Junior Hemingway.

Virginia Tech made a good start. In the first quarter, it has scored three points while Michigan team could not score even a single point. Michigan realized in the second quarter and scored ten points while Virginia managed to score only three.

By the end of first half, Michigan has got four points lead over Virginia Tech.

Michigan continued the same form in the third quarter as well. In the third quarter, University of Michigan scored seven while Virginia scored only three. In the fourth quarter, Virginia Tech took the chance and scored eleven while University of Michigan scored only three.

The referees go for the overtime. In the overtime, Virginia Tech failed to continue the same form and Michigan scored three to clinch the Sugar Bowl title.

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