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Michigan showed anti-homophobia PSA at football game

The Michigan Wolverines have been pushing against homophobia for over a decade.

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Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in 2011.

Our good friend Howard Bragman has been busy helping to organize the 40th anniversary celebration of the nation's oldest LGBT center on a campus, the University of Michigan's The Spectrum. So it was with tons of excitement that he called today to tell us about this PSA that will air during their football game on Saturday against San Diego State. The piece, called 'Huddle Up,' shows what could/would/should happen when a teammate throws a gay slur into a huddle.

Check out the PSA after the jump.

Our good friend Howard Bragman has been busy helping to organize the 40th anniversary celebration of the nation's oldest LGBT center on a campus, the University of Michigan's The Spectrum. So it was with tons of excitement that he called today to tell us about this PSA that will air during their football game on Saturday against San Diego State. The piece, called 'Huddle Up,' shows what could/would/should happen when a teammate throws a gay slur into a huddle.

Check out the PSA after the jump.

The Spectrum Center: "Huddle Up" from Filmic Productions on Vimeo.