Michigan Football: The 5 Games with the Highest Attendance in Michigan History

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Michigan Football: The 5 Games with the Highest Attendance in Michigan History
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This past weekend saw Michigan Stadium set a record for the largest attendance at a football game to date. A crowd of 114,804 saw Michigan defeat Notre Dame 35-31, setting an NCAA collegiate football attendance record for the modern era (in 1927, an estimated crowd of over 117,000 packed Soldier Field in Chicago to see Notre Dame face the University of Southern California). In 2004, Michigan set another record for average attendance over the course of the season with 111,025 Wolverine fans turning out for every home game.

Michigan fans are undoubtedly wild for their football team, which begs the question, what are the most well-attended games in Michigan Stadium history?

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