ESPN personality Paul Finebaum has been one of the biggest critics of Jim Harbaugh over the last few seasons, but he remains a believer in him and Michigan … for now.

When making his picks for the biggest games of the Week 6, Harbaugh explained he is selecting Michigan to beat Iowa on Saturday, but if the Wolverines fall short, he will be “done” with Harbaugh.

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“This is like the hardest game I’ve ever had to call because I want to believe in Jim Harbaugh, but there’s no reason to believe in Jim Harbaugh,” Finebaum said on Sportscenter on Saturday morning. “Do you buy Kirk Ferentz? I’m putting the chips on the table one last time (on Harbaugh). If I go bust today, I’m done with Harbaugh.”

No. 19 Michigan will host No. 14 Iowa at 12 pm ET on FOX.

In the other Big Ten game between two ranked opponents, No. 25 Michigan State will visit No. 4 Ohio State. Finebaum says the Spartans could challenge the Buckeyes but picked Ohio State to win.

“I like Ohio State because I think they are the best team in the country so far and Justin Fields has been spectacular,” Finebaum said. “Michigan State may cause a little bit of difficulty, but Ohio State will keep it going.”

Michigan State-Ohio State will kick off at 7:30 pm ET on ABC.