Wednesday’s Citrus Bowl won’t be the first time that Alabama’s defense will face quarterback Shea Patterson.

Patterson, who now leads Michigan’s offense, began his college career at Ole Miss, where he played from 2016-17. During that time, he played against Alabama once. And it wasn’t exactly a banner performance for Patterson or the Rebels that day.

On Sept. 30, 2017, Ole Miss lost at Alabama, 66-3, as Patterson went 14-for-29 for 165 yards and two interceptions. It was one of Patterson’s rare bad showings during his sophomore campaign, which could be attributed to the Crimson Tide’s strong defense that season.

“It didn’t exactly go my way,” Patterson said at his Sunday press conference. “I just remember going and playing in that game as a [sophomore]. I was a completely different player back then, and I was just happy to get the experience.”

Patterson has played for Michigan the past two seasons. This year, he’s passed for 2,828 yards, 22 touchdowns and six interceptions while leading the Wolverines to a 9-3 record.

It’s possible that Patterson will have a better showing in the Citrus Bowl than his previous matchup against Alabama. Patterson is now on a better team, and the Crimson Tide’s defense hasn’t been as strong this season as it was two years ago.

Alabama and Michigan are set to kick off on Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET on ABC.