Things are getting wild in the Fiesta Bowl, and Michigan might be in serious trouble against TCU.

After falling behind 14-0, the Wolverines turned in some big plays to appear to score a key touchdown. It all started with a Junior Colson pass deflection that resulted in an interception for Rod Moore.

On the ensuing possession, JJ McCarthy found Roman Wilson for a huge play, a big-time connection that was initially ruled a 51-yard touchdown grab. That play eventually went to review.

If upheld, the score would have made the score 14-10, TCU, with a big-time swing by the Wolverines. Instead, the play was overturned with Wilson ruled down at the one-yard line.

Though overturned, the ESPN booth felt the catch should have been upheld as a touchdown. It appeared Wilson did not have full control of the ball until his body was in the end zone, but it went down as no touchdown.

Here’s a look at the play:

That ruling proved to be a big-time decision. On the ensuing play, Michigan fumbled the ball into the end zone with TCU recovering for a touchback.

While the Horned Frogs did not score on the ensuing possession, Michigan did get 7 points taken off the board. We’ll see if those points prove to be the difference when it’s all said and done.