In a game where Michigan was favored by more than 20 points over Army no matter where you looked, the Wolverines needed double overtime to defeat the Knights 24-21 at The Big House.
After trailing 14-7 at halftime, Michigan used a third-quarter touchdown from freshman running back Zach Charbonnet to tie things up 14-14.
Following a scoreless fourth quarter, both teams exchanged touchdowns in the first overtime to make the score 21-21.
In the second overtime, Michigan got the ball first and threw 3-straight incomplete passes but Jake Moody kicked a field goal to put the Wolverines up 24-21.
Army had their chance but fumbled the ball on third down and Michigan recovered to survive with a three-point win.
In the game, Wolverines quarterback Shea Patterson was 18-28 for 207 yards. Charbonnet ran the ball 33 times for 99 yards and three touchdowns in his second career game at Michigan.