3 Up, 3 Down: S. Carolina 33, U-M 28 

January, 1, 2013
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TAMPA, Fla. -- Michigan has been in a bevy of close games over the past two seasons, from the Under The Lights insanity against Notre Dame to an overtime win over Northwestern and a field goal close to the buzzer against Michigan State.

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Kim Klement/USA TODAY SportsJeremy Gallon celebrates one of his two TD catches against South Carolina.
The theme, though, has usually been similar. Michigan has found a way, in those situations, to win the game.

Not Tuesday. Not in the Outback Bowl against South Carolina, when the Gamecocks scored with 11 seconds left to give them a 33-28 win over Michigan, sending Denard Robinson out with a loss and the Wolverines with bookend defeats to the SEC this season.
Communication Breakdown At Michigan
Brad Edwards and Joey Galloway react to Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon's comments that the Wolverines' football program made mistakes because of a serious lack of communication while dealing with QB Shane Morris' head injury.
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