FSU football played Michigan without a lot of key players. However, Michigan fans blame their loss on injuries to two players.
FSU football fans knew it would happen. As soon as it was announced Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers would miss the Orange Bowl game with an injury, they had a built-in excuse in case they lost.
FSU defeated Michigan 33-32 as a seven point underdog. However, the game should have never been that close as FSU football dominated Michigan on both sides of the ball.
The media built up the Michigan defense like they were the ’85 Chicago Bears, despite the FSU offense being the best they would have faced all year.
FSU got the ball first and went right down the field and scored a touchdown, punching them right in the mouth.
A punting miscue by Nyqwan Murray gave Michigan the ball on the half yard line, and they couldn’t punch it in which became a common theme throughout the game.