During last year’s bowl season, the Michigan Wolverines played the Florida Gators in the Citrus Bowl.

By the time the game was over, the Wolverines showed they were the dominant team, winning, 41-7. Yesterday, despite the 34-point victory, Florida cornerback Teez Tabor was asked about the game from a year ago and didn’t think too highly of Michigan:

I know coaching means a lot, especially in college, but a 34-point differential would seem to point toward more than just playing against a well-coached team.

A day later, in response to Tabor, Michigan senior defensive end Chris Wormley had this to say:

This season, Michigan appears to be petty well coached once again. The Wolverines went 10-2 and finished the regular season ranked No. 6 in the College Football Playoff rankings. The Gators, however, finished 8-4 overall and ended up at No. 17.

Maybe Michigan is just well-coached. Or maybe, they’re just a pretty dang good football team.