U-M Plays the Blues

ANN ARBOR -- In what is being called college football's 'upset of the century', 5th ranked University of Michigan lost their opening game 34-32 to the Pennsylvania Culinary Institute 'Fighting Chefs' on Saturday. No one would have guessed that a school of culinary education steeped in the history and methods of the esteemed Le Cordon Bleu program could beat a Big 10 football powerhouse.

"You've got to give them credit," said Wolverine coach Lloyd Carr. "They were well prepared. And that soufflé they sent over after the game was out of this world!" In the photo above, U-M players are stunned to learn that soy sauce makes a terrific marinade.

Embarrassed by the upset, school officials have announced that the Wolverines next year's season opener will be against The Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children.