No. 3 TCU is on the verge of the biggest upset in college football playoff history, defeating No. 2 Michigan 21-6 at halftime in the 2022 Fiesta Bowl. Horned Frogs finished as an 8-point underdog with up to 18 leading, taking advantage of Michigan’s mistake to take a stunning 15-point lead into halftime of his CFP semifinals first on New Year’s Eve, while Red Offered a big stop in the zone.
No team has ever come back from 18 or more points in CFP history, so it was recorded that Georgia recovered from 17 downs to beat Oklahoma in the 2018 Rose Bowl. Either Frog gets the job done and storybooks to cap his season by going to the CFP National for his championship, or Michigan kicks off a long-running comeback, giving Jim his Harbaugh his first postseason win since 2015. Brings
Michigan’s miscues included a poorly executed trick play on goals 4 and 1 on the first possession of the game, JJ McCarthy’s pick 6, and a fumble on the goal line (recovered by the Frogs in the end zone). ) are included. yards for replays. In terms of total yardage, the game is close, but the difference is Michigan’s inability to convert scoring chances. Stay tuned to CBS Sports for live updates, analysis and highlights from his CFP semifinals at the Fiesta Bowl.