Why They’ll Go: On paper, this one makes sense. The Wolverines fit nicely in the Gator Bowl's place in line (fourth pick), and they're good enough to draw their considerable Florida fanbase out of hiding.
Why They Won’t: According to a report in the Florida Times-Union, Gator Bowl president Rick Catlett said the bowl would be thrilled to get Iowa or Penn State, but that Michigan was acceptable, as well. Not exactly a ringing endorsement, is it?
Who They'll Play: Florida. The Gators rank sixth in the SEC and would be a logical choice.
Odds: 10-to-1. This could happen, but it doesn't sound like the Wolverines are anything better than third choice for the Gator Bowl.
Final Score: Florida 17, Michigan 14. The Gators defense tames Denard Robinson, and the offense does just enough to get the victory.