SC forces 5 MI turnovers in comeback win

SC forces 5 MI turnovers in comeback win

SC forces 5 MI turnovers in comeback win

Unfortunately, Michigan's head coach apparently didn't make that reality clear enough to his team before Monday's game against SC.

SC didn't give up even when down 19-3 in the second half and the offense was doing nothing productive.

Michigan's kicker may have scored all of the Wolverines points in the Outback Bowl's first half, but his celebrating was a little premature.

MI ended up losing the game 26-19.

The loss means that the Big Ten won't finish bowl season with an undefeated 8-0 mark.

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What'd we learn from Michigan's loss to SC in the Outback Bowl?

MI ended its underachieving 2017 season Monday with a massive thud.

Instead, it was Michigan's offense that was the issue.

MI controlled the game until a third-quarter fumble by Karan Higdon, which opened the floodgates for the Gamecocks.

On top of that, Brandon Peters threw an ugly interception in the end zone in the fourth quarter which ended a would-be go-ahead drive. Peters' deep heave sailed high over the head of his intended target, giving SC a chance to ice the game - one squandered by a missed 48-yard field goal.

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