Kansas State dumped Michigan 31-14 in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, earning a rare bowl win for the Wildcats and sending the Wolverines to 7-6 in Brady Hoke's third season on the job. And hey, what do you know, that was Rich Rodriguez's record for his final campaign in Ann Arbor.
Michigan, starting true freshman Shane Morris at quarterback for an injured Devin Gardner, was dominated in every facet of the game, and was held out of the end zone until running back Fitzgerald Toussaint scored with 1:15 to play.
The Wolverines were limited to 65 yards on the ground, while Kansas State moved up and down the field at will, punting just once on the night. Wildcat receiver Tyler Lockett hauled in 10 receptions for 116 yards and three touchdowns, one coming on one of the prettier double moves you'll ever see.
Hoke is now 26-13 in three seasons at Michigan and falls to 7-11 away from Michigan Stadium.