A crowd of 113,411, the largest in ice hockey history, packs Michigan Stadium for a game between the University of Michigan and cross-state rival Michigan State University.
Michigan and Michigan State have set a world record for attendance at a hockey game, playing in front of 113,411 at Michigan Stadium.
- In front of a crowd of 105,491 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, potentially the largest ever to attend an ice hockey game, the Toronto Maple Leafs defeat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 after a shootout in the 2014 NHL Winter Classic.
- In a stunning college football upset, Appalachian State defeated #5-ranked Michigan at Michigan Stadium by a score of 34-32. This is the first time a team from the second-tier NCAA Division I FCS has defeated an AP-ranked Division I FBS opponent. Armanti Edwards was the quarterback for the underdog Mountaineers.