Saturday was a somber night in Wisconsin. It wasn’t just that the Badgers were defeated by Michigan in Ann Arbor, but that they were dominate for most of the game.

The Badgers suffered their worst loss of the Paul Chryst era, falling 38-13 to the Wolverines. It was an extremely rare sight for Wisconsin.

After the game, Chryst couldn’t help but give Michigan credit. He praised Jim Harbaugh’s squad for an incredible effort, especially on the defensive side of the ball.

Chryst also said his team needed to play better and failed to create some momentum.

Wisconsin’s season is far from over, as it still controls its own destiny in the B1G West. Though it’s not in the College Football Playoff conversation any longer, it still can make the trip to Indianapolis in December.

Here’s what Chryst had to say following Wisconsin’s loss: