The radio announcers were Frank Beckmann with play-by-play, Jim Brandstatter with color commentary, and Doug Karsch with sideline reports. First Brandon Minor ran in a TD from 45 yards out. They came back to life in the fourth quarter though, when Mark Moundros caught a 2-yard pass for a touchdown, but kicker K.C. For their final home game of the season, the Wolverines hosted the Northwestern Wildcats. The official 2008 Football Roster for the Michigan Wolverines Midway through the third quarter, Louie Sakoda of Utah completed his fourth field goal of the day, this one from 53 yards out. The RedHawks scored next, on a 23-yard field goal by Nathan Parseghian with just under 7 minutes to go in the third. With the loss, Michigan was disqualified from all bowl games this season, the first time since 1967. To make matters worse - this was not a good MAC team; Toledo ended up posting a 3-9 overall record, and was 2-6 in the MAC. The team's head football coach was Rich Rodriguez. The Nittany Lions would outscore the Wolverines 32–0 in the second half for a 46–17 win. The 2008 Michigan Wolverines football team represented the University of Michigan in the 2008 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Boilermakers put the game in the win column with less than 30 seconds left when Desmond Tardy caught a 28-yard TD pass. With this loss, Michigan fell to 3–8, the school's most losses in a single-season in 129 years of football. The Wolverines blocked the PAT though. The Badgers were unable to regain possession with an onside kick, ending the game. His final TD of the game was on a 5-yard run which put the Boilermakers ahead. Brian Hartline later caught an 18-yard TD pass. Lopata midway through the second quarter. Clark finished 18 of 31 for 171 yards and a touchdown and also ran for 45 yards and two one-yard touchdowns but lost a fumble on State's second drive which led to a Wolverine field goal. The Buckeyes scored first when Chris Wells ran in a 59-yard TD. Lopata failed. Lopata scored 3 field goals in the first half, 2 in the first quarter from 44 yards and 34 yards respectively, then another in the second quarter from 26 yards. Wolverines Kicker K.C. In retrospect, after Utah had finished the season unbeaten, blowing out Alabama 31–17, this could be seen as one of Michigan's best games of 2008. In the pouring rain, the Wolverines gave up the ball on 4 fumbles. Lopata failed on the PAT attempt. With that the 2 teams retired to the locker rooms. It was the Wolverines' 12th straight win in the Metrodome. Later in the 3rd, Brian Robiske caught an 8-yard TD pass. Lopata got his fifth and final field goal of the game, this one from 23 yards out. Less than a minute later, QB Jimmy Clausen completed a 10-yard pass to Duval Kamara that was run in for another TD.