ANN ARBOR, Mich. — For most games played inside the cavernous Michigan Stadium, a pocket of opposing color sits above the south end zone, the section breaking up the sea of maize that spans every other section of the biggest stadium in college football.
By Everett Cook| Globe Correspondent September 15, 2012
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