Although the Michigan Wolverines season didn’t end the way they wanted it to, this team still has a lot to be proud of this year.

They won the Big Ten title, beat Ohio State and they played in their first College Football Playoff. Closing out with a 12-2 record — especially after a 2-4 record in 2020 — is something to smile about this year.

Offensive coordinator Josh Gattis praised this team for its accomplishments on social media Sunday.

“Team 142-This year has been special. It’s not about what we accomplished it’s about the memories, love, & brotherhood we created along the way! Thank you to every player, coach, administrator, staff, trainer, etc. for all you have given to create a memory of a lifetime.”

Gattis was the winner of the Broyles Award, presented to the top assistant coach in college football. He was a huge reason why Michigan was considered one of the top squads in the country at the end of the year.