Jake Long isn’t satisfied by what he’s seen on the field from Michigan under head coach Jim Harbaugh. As good as it is to be consistently hovering around the 10-win mark on a yearly basis, the former Wolverines offensive lineman believes there’s a lot more to be accomplished.

Winning B1G titles, beating Ohio State and competing for national championships is why Michigan brought Harbaugh back to Ann Arbor. So far, he’s fallen short of those expectations. And Long doesn’t believe what he’s seen after five years is quite good enough.

Over the weekend, before the Michigan basketball team played Michigan State in East Lansing, Long responded to a press conference that included head basketball Juwan Howard talking about the respect he has for Tom Izzo, but also stating that he’s not afraid to go against anyone.

Long enjoyed Howard’s message.

“I love this,” Long wrote on Twitter. “[Juwan Howard] is everything you want in a leader and coach. Great job coach! Our football program should take some notes.”

During the offseason, Michigan was projected to win the B1G, earn a spot in the College Football Playoff and compete for a national title. But the Wolverines fell short of those expectations, falling to Wisconsin, Penn State and losing an eighth-straight game to Ohio State to finish the regular season 9-3.

Michigan then dropped its Citrus Bowl game to Alabama 35-16.

Fans are starting to wonder if Harbaugh will ever be able to beat Ohio State or claim even a B1G East title. It seems that Long is a little nervous about the future in Ann Arbor as well, if nothing changes.