That Michigan fan who had a heart attack wasn't the only person hospitalized after Michigan State's stunning victory Saturday.
The Spartans hero who scored the game-winning touchdown suffered a serious injury during the victory celebration. As Jalen Watts-Jackson lay on a maize "M" in the end zone, his teammates piled above him, he dislocated his hip in the ruckus. He was later carted off the field and taken to a hospital.
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The game was seemingly over when Watts-Jackson found himself in perfect position to make the unbelievable play.
With the Wolverines up 23-21 and 10 seconds left, Michigan punter Blake O'Neill bobbled a low snap. As the Australian spun around to try to kick it away, he was swarmed by Spartans and the ball popped free.
Watts-Jackson caught it and raced 38 yards for the end zone, taking advantage of Jermaine Edmondson's blocking and powering through Jake Butt's hit just before the goal line. The 27-23 stunner set off the celebration, and unfortunately for Watts-Jackson, he wasn't around to talk about it afterward.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.