Michigan fans were excited to see their team and make their first-ever trip to the College Football Playoff. The Orange Bowl semi-final matchup between No. 2 Michigan and No. 3 Georgia was supposed to be the game of the day, but instead, Michigan is being embarrassed on both sides of the ball.

On the offensive side of the ball, Michigan has only accounted for 101 total yards with 72 of them coming from the passing game. The offense thought they had a blueprint to get through the first-ranked scoring defense of Georgia after they were dominated by Alabama in the 2021 SEC Championship.

The defense of Michigan was supposed to have their big moment on the biggest stage of the College Football world by taking down an offense led by a former walk-on in quarterback Stetson Bennett. Instead, Bennett is having a lights-out performance against the fourth-ranked scoring defense of Michigan.

Michigan has allowed 330 total yards of offense from Georgia with 252 of them coming from the passing game. Bennett has passed for 16-of-21 completions for 234 yards and two touchdowns.

Michigan had a chance to drag themselves out of a 27-3 deficit after allowing a 57-yard touchdown, but an interception from Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara ruined that chance.

The only good news for Michigan is that they get the ball first in the second half.