The people at Pro Football Focus grade every single game in college football, and of course, last night’s Orange Bowl between Michigan and Florida State was no different.

The Wolverines finished on the wrong side of what was a very dramatic 33-32 win by Florida State and the team finishes with a 10-3 record for the season. Despite its three losses, Michigan was surely never blown out.

In those three blemishes on its record, the Wolverines lost those games by a combined five points.

Here are the grades for last night’s contest:

Michigan Wolverines

Quarterback grade: Wilton Speight, 58.9

Top offensive grades:

HB De’Veon Smith, 69.9
WR Amara Darboh, 69.4
TE Ian Bunting, 65.0
WR Jehu Chesson, 61.2
QB Wilton Speight, 58.9

Top defensive grades:

CB Channing Stribling, 90.8
DT Ryan Glasgow, 86.4
DE Taco Charlton, 85.1
DT Maurice Hurst, 84.2
S Dymonte Thomas, 79.4

Florida State Seminoles

Quarterback grade: Deondre Francois, 65.0

Top offensive grades:

HB Dalvin Cook, 86.6
WR Nyqwan Murray, 77.6
RT Rich Leonard, 66.9
QB Deondre Francois, 65.0
WR Kermit Whitfield, 61.8

Top defensive grades:

DE DeMarcus Walker, 90.4
LB Matthew Thomas, 86.8
DT Derrick Nnadi, 85.4
S Trey Marshall, 84.8
S A.J.Westbrook, 82.4

A more in-depth look from Pro Football Focus can be read here.