Mud Bowl at Michigan: The Dirtiest Tradition in College Football

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One of the greatest college traditions happens in Ann Arbor, Mich., every fall.

For 80 years, the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Michigan have taken to the front of their fraternity house to challenge others in the Greek system to a game of football, stripped of rules and fueled by adrenaline. 

While it's one of the greatest games to watch in Michigan every year and takes place outside of "The Big House," the event is also an opportunity for the Greek community to give back. Currently, the Mud Bowl is a charity event to benefit the Charles Woodson Clinical Research Fund at Mott Children's Hospital. 

Watch now to see SAE take on Phi Psi in the 2013 Mud Bowl. 

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