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Let's face it: Michigan's secondary looked very bad in the team's final two games against Ohio State and Virginia Tech.
They inexcusably allowed Braxton Miller to throw for 235 yards against them, even though the Bucs literally had one of the worst passing offenses in the country.
It could've been much worse, though, as Miller missed plenty of wide open receivers. That was the main problem: The fact that Ohio's receivers were open the majority of the game. A lot of that has to be blamed on Countess.
The effort was definitely better in the bowl game against Virginia Tech, but it still wasn't good enough. Logan Thomas threw for 214 yards, and Danny Coale had well over 100 receiving yards.
Countess, and the rest of the secondary for that matter, definitely need to rebound from those final two games.