Michigan scored just 14 points against Wisconsin and its offense showed some cracks.
Monday, a Twitter user asked the ESPN analyst if the Wolverines would have been in his top four had they hit the three field goals they missed.
Not even close. Michigan is “not in the same league” as Louisville right now, he said.
UM's offense has a longgggg way to go to make them a complete team. Not in same league as L'Ville right now. Cards are a complete team. https://t.co/tE0Ma1DyNV
— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) October 3, 2016
Herbstreit ranked Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson and Louisville as the four best teams in the country, despite the Cardinals loss to Clemson in Death Valley on Saturday. He said Louisville is still one of the four best teams in the country, and that it’s clear from watching the tape of that game.
One USA Today writer wrote that Michigan is actually the team to beat in the Big Ten because it has the best win between it and Ohio State.