A Michigan team that won the Big Ten championship last season will be without star quarterback J.T. Barrett and a Heisman Trophy winner in this year’s lottery.
Michigan lost to Tennessee in the Hoosiest Lottery, with the Wolverines winning $100 million in jackpot money.
The Wolverines were awarded $100.1 million, which is $25 million more than the fourth-place team, Wisconsin, which was awarded $90 million, according to the Associated Press.
Michigan lost quarterback JT.
BARRETT, the nation’s leading passer, to the Titans in the Lottery.
His departure is the latest in a trend of losses at the helm for Michigan in recent years.
Michigan went 1-11 last season, but the Wolveries won the next two games to finish the season with a 7-6 record.
“We’ve had some turnover in our locker room,” Michigan head coach Brady Hoke said after the loss.
“There’s been a lot of changes.
There’s a lot to be determined.
There is some turmoil that has been brewing.
The Wolverines lost quarterback Ryan Mahoney to the NFL after the 2015 season. “
I think that the question is going to be, ‘Who are the guys who have to step up?'”
The Wolverines lost quarterback Ryan Mahoney to the NFL after the 2015 season.
Mahoney, a Heisman finalist in 2016, was Michigan’s starting quarterback last season and led the team to the College Football Playoff championship game.
Mahoney had a 3-9 record in seven games this season.