Michigan Grandmas Shotgun Beers Like Pros

My wife is a Michigan grad. My sons have Michigan grandmothers. What does all this mean? Someday on a college campus in the future this could be my family.

With all the conference realignment talk sometimes it's worth pointing out that the reason we all love college football is because sometimes it leads to this -- grandmas shotgunning beers at a tailgate.

Scene: Saturday in Ann Arbor. Two grandmothers in matching Michigan sweatshirts take hold of Mich Ultra cans -- they're watching their figures -- and the tailgate video of the year thus far happens.

Enjoy, kids.

The only thing that could make it better? If one of these frat guys had been beaten by the grandmas.

This video can only lead to one logical result: Ohio State commits an NCAA violation paying players' grandmothers to shotgun beers faster.

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