Nov. 9, 2013
With the loss, Michigan fell to 4-4-1 in the all-time series against Nebraska.
Today's loss snapped Michigan's 19-game home streak under head coach Brady Hoke. U-M's last home loss was a 48-28 defeat vs. Wisconsin on Nov. 20, 2010.
Prior to today, Michigan had scored at least 36 points in its last 10 home conference games.
Fifth-year senior wide receiver Jeremy Gallon has caught a pass in 35 consecutive games. He is tied with Jason Avant (2002-05) for the second-longest streak in program history. Braylon Edwards holds the record in the category with a catch in 38 straight games. Gallon has recorded multiple receptions in 15 straight games.
Gallon also moved to 10th on Michigan's career receptions list (139) and to eighth on U-M's career receiving yards list (2,278).
Sophomore tight end Devin Funchess has registered a catch in 10 straight games. He moved to ninth on Michigan's career receiving yards by a tight end with 857 yards. He also recorded his first career rush, for five yards, in third quarter.
Freshman tight end Jake Butt recorded a career-best 30 receiving yards. He also matched a career best with two catches.
Fifth-year senior running back Fitzgerald Toussaint registered a career-high 33 receiving yards.
Fifth-year senior kicker Brendan Gibbons became the fourth player in U-M history to earn 40 career field goals. He tallied two field goals to up his career total to 41 and take sole possession of fourth among U-M's all-time leaders in the category, 16 behind third-place J.D. Carlson (57, 1985-88).
Gibbons also extended his point-after-attempt streak to 137.
Senior defensive lineman Jibreel Black tied a career best with 2.0 tackles-for-loss.
Junior linebacker Jake Ryan has tallied a season-best five tackles. Ryan has recorded a TFL in 24 of his last 28 games.
Sophomore linebacker Desmond Morgan has recorded at least four tackles in his last 24 regular-season games.
Fifth-year senior linebacker Cameron Gordon registered his fourth sack of the season in the third quarter. He also posted a season-high eight tackles and his first career forced fumble late in the third.
Sophomore/freshman defensive lineman Chris Wormley recorded his first career fumble recovery in the third quarter.
Sophomore wide receiver Dennis Norfleet earned his first career fumble recovery on a Nebraska muffed punt in the fourth quarter.
The announced attendance was 112, 204, marking the 250th straight game of at least 100,000 people at Michigan Stadium.
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