Michigan Scores 42 Points While Wearing ‘TM42’ Patch In Honor Of Tate Myre Who Died Trying To Stop School Shooter In Oxford

Tate Myer

Tate Myre, the high school football player who died trying to stop a school shooter in Oxford, got the ultimate honor from the Michigan Wolverines during their Big 10 title game against Iowa.

On Saturday night, Michigan wore ‘TM42’ patches on their uniforms in honor of Myre, who wore 42 as his jersey number when he played running back for Oxford high school.

Myre’s parents made their way to Lucas Oil Stadium to join in a ceremony honoring their son and the other students who lost their lives in the Oxford school shooting.

Michigan ended up scoring 42 points against Iowa in their Big 10 championship win and they immediately noticed the importance of the score total.

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