Given that the CFP committee placed Michigan at No. 5, there’s still a chance the Wolverines will crawl into the top four after this weekend.
The Wolverines lost a blowout at Pegula Ice Arena on Thursday night.
Michigan rode multiple double-digit scoring runs en route to a 92-52 victory against the Yellow Jackets.
After a pair of Hokie free throws, a 3-point attempt at the buzzer from redshirt junior Duncan Robinson couldn’t lift Michigan out of the hole as Virginia Tech completed its come-from-behind effort to sink the Wolverines, 73-70
Almost every starter on the Wolverines’ offense earned at least honorable mention Wednesday night.
For 10 of the 11 freshmen on the No. 20 Michigan hockey team, Thursday and Friday’s games will be their first time playing in No. 7 Penn State’s arena.
The Wolverines need some help this weekend to make the College Football Playoff at 10-2.
Jabrill Peppers was the big winner, taking home the Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of of the Year, Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year and Rogers-White return specialist of the year.
At 45.5 percent, the Wolverines currently hold the nation’s best 3-point field goal percentage.
As a punishment for Jim Harbaugh’s postgame comments about the officiating Saturday, the Big Ten office fined Michigan $10,000.