Michigan Wolverines Football To Face Florida In The Peach Bowl


Michigan State will appear in their 27th bowl game.

The Buckeyes' head coach has never lost to the Wolverines since arriving in Columbus. "When I've gotten to see them play, they're not afraid to think outside the box".

The Florida Gators are officially headed to a prestigious New Year's Six bowl.

Western Michigan (7-5, Mid-American) will go to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl in Boise, Idaho, to take on BYU (6-6, Independent) at 4 p.m. December 21. He would join Auburn coach Gus Malzahn (2013) as the only other coach to do so after inheriting a team that won fewer than five games in the season before his arrival.

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Not that Mullen was interested in talking about them. "We want to make sure that we can have a great time". It's also going up against a game that should be way more fun in nearly the exact same time slot. Against SEC foes in bowl games, MI is 8-6.

The last time out, the Louisville Cardinals defeated the Gators 23-33 behind a two touchdown, 266 passing yard performance by then-Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Stricklin went on to say he did not take part in any back-room politicking to keep UCF out of the Peach Bowl.

"I'm a big believer when it comes to the National Football League draft, if you're a first-rounder, you should leave and go on to the NFL". Stop complaining about there being too many bowls, you aren't forced to watch them. His young team will nearly all return in 2019 and a win in a decent bowl game would do wonders for the confidence heading into the offseason. "And UCF had played in Atlanta a year ago so that sort of set them in the Fiesta Bowl".

The 'Bows have not been almost as much fun as they appeared to be early in the season, and Louisiana Tech has likely underwhelmed after being competitive at LSU. Before we get to our watchability rankings, I feel a quick note is important. They could roll out Notre Dame, Clemson, Oklahoma, Alabama, we're going to show up ready to go play.

MI junior defensive lineman Rashan Gary will not play in the Wolverines' Peach Bowl matchup against Florida on December 29, coach Jim Harbaugh said via teleconference on Sunday. "Anybody else, I would have been excited to play".