Michigan implodes vs. South Carolina in Outback Bowl; what Jim Harbaugh said after Wolverines’ 26-19 loss
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Michigan implodes vs. South Carolina
The Wolverines turned the ball over five times in the second half and allowed 23 unanswered points, falling to South Carolina 26-19 in the Outback Bowl on Monday. Michigan finished 8-5 in coach Jim Harbaugh’s third season.
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What Jim Harbaugh said after Wolverines loss
Jim Harbaugh spoke following the Wolverines loss in the Outback Bowl, saying definitively that it wouldn’t be his final game coaching at Michigan and that South Carolina got better as the game went on.
Ex-Ohio State WR Cris Carter blasts Jim Harbaugh
Former Ohio State wide receiver Cris Carter blasted Harbaugh on Twitter after the Wolverines blew a 16-point lead to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl. Carter called Harbaugh “the most overrated coach in football.”
WR Donovan Peoples-Jones shares message to fans after loss
Wolverines wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones struggled in the Outback Bowl, dropping a pass and muffing a punt. The freshman tweeted after the game, “I will learn.. I will be better.. don’t be a fan later…”
Fans and media call out Jim Harbaugh after game
Fans and media voiced their opinions on the third-year Michigan coach after the Outback Bowl. Harbaugh has 28 wins in those years as opposed to 26 for Brady Hoke, the man he replaced.
Chase Winovich raises $340,000 for ChadTough Foundation
That total is now over $340,000.
— Michigan Athletics (@UMichAthletics) December 31, 2017
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