Michigan held on for a 53-50 win over Texas.
Ryan Glasgow estimated that he watched film of the loss about eight times before Tuesday or Wednesday last week.
By the end of Monday’s game, Michigan’s top-10 offense looked unfamiliar, as the Musketeers held it to just 58 points — 28 at halftime — in a 61-58 Xavier victory.
Coached by Shaka Smart, the Longhorns push the pace of the game not through their offense, but their defense.
In his first year as a starter, Wilton Speight finished the regular season with 2,375 passing yards and 17 touchdowns against six interceptions.
As devastated as the Wolverines may have been after the weekend, Wisconsin will still travel to Ann Arbor this weekend.
Michigan had a special team this year. One of its best ever. But it wasn't enough to make the College Football Playoff.
The Wolverines will play their 45th all-time bowl game against Florida State on Dec. 30.