The first half of the College Football semi-final was one to forget for J.J. McCarthy and the Michigan Wolverines. They took a 15-point deficit into the locker room after getting buzz sawed by TCU in the first half. They didn't look like a team that was the first 13-0 team in Michigan's history, but the second half started MUCH DIFFERENT!
How did J.J. McCarthy get Michigan back in the game?
Michigan came out of the second half and stopped TCU's first drive, leading to a field goal and closing the deficit to 12 points. Then, after a Mike Sainristil interception, J.J. McCarthy hit Ronnie Bell on a flea flicker to bring them within five.
A beautiful and much-needed play for the Wolverines who are trying to make the biggest comeback and College Football Playoff history.