ESPN's College GameDay dedicates entire feature story to Jim Harbaugh's struggles at Michigan
The lofty claims and expectations surrounding the hire of Jim Harbaugh at Michigan have all but evaporated.
Hired to take over the Wolverines heading into 2015, there were legitimate national championship aspirations surrounding Harbaugh and the Michigan program. Those only increased once Harbaugh had his own prospects and a quarterback of his choosing in Ann Arbor.
Unfortunately, Harbaugh continues to drop the ball in big games. He is still winless against Ohio State. Even more egregious, Harbaugh is 3-3 against in-state rival Michigan State. That includes a loss in Week 2 that saw the Wolverines enter as a three-touchdown favorite.
With Harbaugh’s continued struggles and unfulfilled expectations, ESPN’s College GameDay committed an entire segment to the struggles of the Wolverines during his tenure. Check it out:
“The feeling among the fan base is, ‘If [he] can’t do it, then who can?'”
Jim Harbaugh was hailed to be the savior of Michigan football, and while they’ve improved in some areas, they’re still not where they want to be. pic.twitter.com/DTXj2N7QBI
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 7, 2020