A few weeks ago, the matchup between Michigan and Penn State would create huge views and ratings. Penn State, however, suffered three tough B1G losses that have dropped them as a competitor for the East.

On Saturday, Penn State came into an important game versus No. 6 Michigan to gain momentum for the rest of the season. Penn State had a huge fourth quarter as they took the 17-14 lead over Michigan with 5:55 left in the game.

Penn State’s defense was not able to stop Michigan from conducting a six-play, 75-yard drive to get the lead back 21-17 with 3:29 left in the game. Penn State got their fourth loss of the season as they were unable to come back in the offensive drive.

This loss adds a noticeable disappointing season by Penn State and head coach James Franklin as Michigan breaks their two-game losing streak to their East rivals.

After the game, Franklin had a lot to say about the team’s disappointing loss: