Michigan kicker Quinn Nordin has apologized for making an obscene gesture towards the South Carolina sideline at the end of the first half in Monday’s Outback Bowl.

With the second quarter coming to a close, Nordin drilled a 45-yard field goal attempt to give the Wolverines a 9-3 lead over the Gamecocks heading into the locker room. After making the kick, he followed by making an inappropriate gesture as he headed towards the tunnel.

To his credit, it was really the only interesting thing that happened through the first 30 minutes of the game.

After the game — which South Carolina ended up winning 26-19 — Nordin issued an apology for his behavior, saying his emotions got the best of him. He made a statement through Twitter on Monday evening.

Nordin was the best weapon for the Wolverines in the Outback Bowl, as the kicker nailed all four of his field goal attempts, including makes from 35, 45 and 48 yards. But it wasn’t enough as South Carolina overcame a 16-point deficit in the second half to get the win.

For the year, Nordin drilled 19-of-24 kicks this season, leading the B1G in field goal makes and attempts in 2017. His 79.2 percent clip was seventh-best in the conference. He was 35-of-38 on extra point attempts.

Nordin was a multiple winner of the B1G Special Teams Player of the Week honor.