Drunk Michigan fan blames Wolverines offensive coordinator for DUI charge

You just can't make this stuff up: A Michigan Wolverines football fan was found passed out in his car at a gas station after the Wolverines 29-6 defeat to rival Michigan State.

The Dearborn, MI Press and Guide first reported this story earlier today. The state of Michigan has a 'Super Drunk' standard for when blood alcohol content is .17 or above, which the fan was reportedly well over. The accused blew a BAC of .24 (which is three times the legal limit, for those of you keeping score at home) when Dearborn police found him passed out in his 2014 Chevrolet Cruze at a Sunoco Gas Station at about 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 3.

The man, 25 years old, told officers that he had drank "a lot", and had also urinated all over himself in a remarkable reaction to the Wolverines offense rushing for an amazing school record of -48 yards earlier in the evening.

The man added that he was very upset with the play calling from Michigan Offensive Coordinator Al Borges, whose Wolverines haven't scored a TD against MSU since 2011 and have lost five of their last six games against the Spartans.

The man woke up when officers arrived at the gas station, with one reaching in to turn off the ignition in his already-parked car.

Now, while we certainly DO NOT condone this behavior, any Michigan die-hard has probably had to turn to alcohol at some point this season to ease the pain.

Michigan has rushed for an NCAA record (we think) -69 yards over their last two games.