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Watch: Brandon Graham makes game-clinching play against Tom Brady in Super Bowl

The biggest play in Super Bowl LII involved two former Wolverines.

Super Bowl LII - Philadelphia Eagles v New England Patriots Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Super Bowl LII had pretty much everything you could ask for.

Well, there was one thing it didn’t have until extremely late in the game — a sack.

That’s when former Michigan Wolverine Brandon Graham decided to change things up a bit. With the Philadelphia Eagles up 38-33 on the New England Patriots, former Wolverine and five-time Super-Bowl-winner Tom Brady had a chance to make yet another classic comeback with 2:16 left on the clock.

With the two-minute warning and a timeout remaining for New England, it looked like things were in the favor of the Patriots to mount a comeback. But Graham decided to deny their chances, making the play of his life on 2nd-and-2. Take a look:

The play single-handedly prevented New England from marching down the field, scoring a touchdown and clinching their sixth Super Bowl victory under Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

Even Michigan Football’s Twitter account acknowledged Graham as a Super Bowl Champ.

It would’ve been nice to see the GOAT get his sixth Super Bowl ring, but seeing a great guy like Graham nab his first, while making a game-altering play in the process, is also pretty awesome.