For the second time this season, Michigan lost a football game it could have won.
Against Notre Dame, Denard Robinson threw four interceptions and lost a fumble in a disappointing 13-6 loss.
Saturday night, Michigan lost a Big Ten game to Nebraska 23-9, but the final score was hardly indicative of how the game played out.
Robinson was driving the Wolverines toward the go-ahead touchdown when he reinjured his throwing elbow late in the second quarter. Backup quarterback Russell Bellomy was totally ineffective, but surprisingly, Michigan was able to remain in the game until the fourth quarter when Nebraska scored the clinching touchdown.
Both teams are now tied atop the Legends Division at 3-1, with Northwestern (3-2) and Iowa (2-2) still in the hunt.
Michigan (5-3, 3-1) plays at Minnesota Saturday, while Nebraska (6-2, 3-1) travels to Michigan State.
Here's how Michigan graded out in the loss at Lincoln.