ATLANTA – The Michigan football team capped the 2018 Just like it did last season, with an ugly loss to the SEC School that it favored over.
The Wolverines were missing, and were wound up in the Peach Bowl during the 41-15 loss to Florida.
Sophomore's Kwity Paye and Devin Gil had to come out of the game in the second quarter with hamstring injuries. head coach Jim Harbaugh confirmed.
Harbaugh did not go into detail about the severity of each player, but Michigan's radio said Gil, a redshirt sophomore linebacker, had to be carted to the loose room.
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"We worked hard this month to end it like this," Paye said. "It's just not a good feeling."
Both players are expected to fill major roles in 201
Michigan (10-3) what is playing without its all-linebacker Devin Bush, Jr., season loss to Ohio State and Gary.
Speaking of Winovich. He pulled his calf and hamstring during pregame warmups but decided to play anyway.
And he was dealing with a cold. And says he's planning surgery in Ohio State.
"You can make excuses for stuff," Winovich said. "The players were leaving impact players from the last time we played Florida. We had injuries galore. "
Offensive, the Wolverines played without running back Karan Higdon and starting right tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty. Higdon, Bushell-Beatty and wide receiver Grant Perry.