Michigan lost in heartbreaking fashion to rival Ohio State on Saturday — dropping the game in double-overtime by a score of 30-27.

After the contest, OSU fans flooded “the Horseshoe” in sheer jubilation.

Michigan players were still present on the field — presumably trying to get to the locker room amidst the droves of rowdy, celebratory fans.

One fan got in the face of star Michigan player Jabrill Peppers. The Heisman Trophy candidate responded in the following manner:

While violence isn’t condoned in any situation, fans running onto the field presents a potentially dangerous situation for both the patrons and players on the field.