There will be increased security between the Michigan Stadium field and the tunnel entrance for Saturday's Michigan-Nebraska football game and in the future in response to the tunnel incident following Michigan's last home game against Michigan State.

Areas around the Michigan Stadium tunnel to see more football security

Ann Arbor – There will be increased security between the Michigan Stadium field and the tunnel entrance for Saturday’s Michigan-Nebraska football game and in the future in response to the tunnel incident after Michigan’s final home game against Michigan State.

Michigan players Gemon Green and Ja’Den McBurrows were injured and Michigan State suspended eight players during a police investigation into the incident after the Oct. 1 game. 29, which was captured by multiple video cameras including one by a Detroit News reporter, continues.

Green was in concussion protocol last week and suffered a cut in his right eye, his father, George, told The News, and hired attorney Tom Mars. McBurrows suffered a broken nose according to Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. Green traveled with the team to Rutgers last week but did not play.

Melissa Overton, UM’s deputy police chief, told The News on Monday that she hoped the results of the investigation could be ready by the end of this week, nearly two weeks after the incident. of the tunnel.

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