Michigan was going toe-to-toe with Alabama for quite some time in the Citrus Bowl Wednesday afternoon. At halftime, the Wolverines led 16-14.

However, the second half saw the Crimson Tide shutout the Wolverines 21-0 en route to their 35-16 victory. It marked the fourth consecutive bowl game loss for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

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Many aren’t happy with Harbaugh for a number of reasons, but despite the critics, he is still the man in charge in Ann Arbor. After the game, he talked about Alabama’s wide receivers, among other things:

Michigan concludes its season at 9-4 overall.