Her name is Victoria and she grew up in Ann Arbor. All she knows is Michigan. The U of M junior plays Club Soccer at the school and even when she's not playing, she's decked out in maize & blue, just like she was at Saturday's game against Michigan State. With a new era of Michigan football led by Harbaugh inspiring students and fans, the game was all but won. Michigan led the battle for 59 minutes and 50 seconds. But it took less than 10 seconds for Victoria to become a celebrity, as ESPN captured every Michigan fan's shock and awe with a glimpse of her stunned face, when in the game's final play -- the game's final 10 seconds -- Michigan State ran a fumbled Michigan snap punt 38 yards into the end zone to win the game.

(You'll see Victoria at the 1:03 mark in the video.)

Immediately after the game wrapped, I invited you to caption the look on Victoria's face. She told me on Tuesday that within ten minutes of the game's end, she began seeing her own stunned face everywhere. She also ranked the Top 3 captions based on accuracy.

Without further ado... the fan favorite based on Facebook likes takes the #3 position and is surprisingly accurate, as Victoria revealed that she enjoyed a large Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbuck's on Monday.

3. "I can't even. I need another Pumpkin Spice Latte." (Sean Feichtenbiner)

In the #2 position, another surprisingly accurate caption, as many Michigan fans frequently replace random words with "Harbaugh" these days. She noted that some actually have renamed the city Ann Arbaugh.

2. "What the Harbaugh was that?" (Ethan Sustaita)

It sounds like the most accurate caption of all though is this one that represents what went through not just Victoria's mind in those several minutes following the game's end, but most Michigan fans.

1."What?!? I'm confused, did we win or lose?!?" (Tiffany Loren Denison)

See all the captions posted below and feel free to submit your own. One important note, though -- being from Ann Arbor, Victoria says, the captions that suggest she chose the wrong school or wore the wrong colors are the furthest from being accurate.


Posted by Josh Strickland on Saturday, October 17, 2015