It wasn’t pretty, but Michigan finally got win No. 2 this past Saturday.

It was a roller coaster of emotions, but the Wolverines managed to pull out an overtime victory on the road at Rutgers.

Now that Michigan is coming off that all-important win, the Wolverines get to host a historically bad Penn State team that has yet to win a game in 2020.

While the Nittany Lions might be proving to be historically bad, Michigan certainly doesn’t have too much of a high ground to stand on. Head coach Jim Harbaugh appears to know that and expressed that sentiment during his regularly scheduled Monday press conference. He also referenced the craziness that was his team’s win in Piscataway.

During the press conference, Harbaugh received plenty of questions about his own players, including running back Hassan Haskins. He showed his ability against Rutgers as he ran for 109 yards and a touchdown in the win.

While Haskins was good on Saturday, the kicking was not. Michigan missed three field goals.

Something that has now become a weekly talker is who will be under center for Michigan each Saturday.

Here are some updates on some other Michigan players.