This looked like a touchdown.
Michigan traveled to Wisconsin to take on the Badgers in a very meaningful Big Ten game that has playoff implications written all over it.
The Badgers returned a punt for a touchdown and owned a 7-0 lead late in the first half before Michigan danced all the way into Wisconsin territory.
It looked the the Wolverines may have scored a touchdown but it got called incomplete.
After review, the call of an incomplete pass stood and a potential Donovan Peoples-Jones was not to be. But was it actually a catch?
Instead of a 7-7 game, Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters fumbled on the next possession and Wisconsin took over.
The Badgers lead 7-0 late in the first half.