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After Michigan's 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, GoBlueWolverine's Sam Webb and Kyle Bogenschutz discuss the bravado the Gamecocks started the game with, big plays that ultimately doomed the Wolverines, and the use of Denard Robinson.
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After Michigan's 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, Denard Robinson reflected upon the game, his career, and passed a message along to the Wolverine fans that have supported him throughout. **With video**
Rawls' 63-yard TD run against Illinois in garbage time this season, was his career long, by far.
Emailer Mike writes:
Brad, no one, and I mean no one has said a word about Rawls not playing. Not you, not any of the other blogs, not the papers, not the radio, not TV, NO ONE! What gives?
Well Mike, Thomas Rawls' absence from the Outback Bowl was not widely reported...
Michigan was upended by South Carolina 33-28 in the Outback Bowl. The Wolverines were gashed by numerous big plays. It started early and continued throughout the game. At halftime, Michigan’s defensive coordinator, Greg Mattison, said in a radio interview that they could stop South Carolina, but they had to prevent the big plays. Unfortunately they were not able to do that. The...
After Michigan's 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, headman Brady Hoke shared his thoughts on the defensive breakdowns, the performance of the offense, the improvements ahead for the program, and more. **With video**
(GAME)COCK OF THE WALK
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Good news, Outback fans. You will either get a free blooming onion or coconut shrimp depending on who wings. You’ll probably read that last sentence and think I’m joking. I’m 100% serious. The Michigan Wolverines and the South Carolina Gamecocks are facing off on New Years Day. If you don’t have a particular team you are rooting for, it’s time to make a decision. Are you...
Did you watch the Outback Bowl between the Michigan Wolverines and South Carolina Gamecocks? Did you see the most hilariously ironic penalty ever? If not, here it is. The Michigan punter kicked a USC Gamecock in the head that sent him to the turf. Guess who got flagged for this? The Gamecock and not the Wolverine. Yeah, that’s how messed up the rules are in college football.
Denard Robinson's big day running the ball for Michigan wasn't enough to overcome big plays by South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.
The senior quarterback lined up mostly at running back in his final college game and rushed for 100 yards on 23 carries in the Wolverines' 33-28 loss to the Gamecocks on Tuesday.
''It's a bittersweet feeling,'' Robinson...
Team 133 deserved better.
They deserved to be able to go out with a win against a superior team on the road. They had taken their lumps from the Alabamas, the Notre Dames, the Nebraskas and the Ohio States of the world. Even with a win yesterday, 2012 would've never been remembered as a successful year for Michigan, but an Outback Bowl victory over a favored...
The Big Ten versus the SEC in the Outback Bowl! If that alone does not get your college football excitement going there may not be much that does. Both Michigan and South Carolina came into the season with very high hopes. A combination of injuries and inconsistent play killed the Wolverines BCS hopes early in the season. South Carolina also suffered the same misfortune along...
Outback Bowl: Michigan Wolverines (8-4) and South Carolina Gamecocks (10-2)
Jan. 1, 1 p.m. CT
ESPN – Tampa, FL
Player Swag Bag: $150 Best Buy gift card, Fossil watch, ring, cap, Outback Steakhouse gift card
Michigan’s Season: Sr. QB/WR/RB Denard Robinson is the heart of the Wolverine’s offense. The month off should have allowed Robinson’s arm to heal and return his status...
I was going to put my full effort into a preview of tomorrow's Outback Bowl, but when it really comes down to it, tomorrow feels more like an ending than anything else. The the most integral component of the Rich Rodriguez era, and the beginning of the Brady Hoke era, will play his last game for the Wolverines tomorrow afternoon. Rich's legacy at Michigan, for me anyway,...