Michigan Loses To Alabama 35-16 In The Citrus Bowl, Jim Harbaugh Has Now Lost Four Straight Bowl Games

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The Michigan Wolverines lost the Citrus Bowl to Alabama 35-16 Wednesday afternoon.

The Wolverines entered today behaving like this was their Super Bowl. They were playing Alabama in an okay bowl game, and they were acting like this was the biggest day in program history. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

That’s how Michigan came into today. Finally, Jim Harbaugh would have an opportunity to prove himself.

Instead, Alabama playing in a bowl game they didn’t care about with a backup quarterback dominated the Wolverines.

That’s correct. In the biggest game in years for Michigan, they got boat raced by an Alabama team that couldn’t have cared less.

How embarrassing is that?


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That’s now four straight losses for Jim Harbaugh in bowl games. Four straight! I couldn’t make this stuff up if I tried.

Today should have been easy for them. They were playing a deflated Alabama team, and still got smacked around.

Is it all Harbaugh’s fault? No, but he’ll still get blamed.


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It’s honestly just laughable at this point. Better luck next year, Wolverines! You just hate to see such bad things happen to such a great program!