There was plenty of talk about Jim Harbaugh’s job security at Michigan heading into the 2020 season.

While most of it was quieted after the Wolverines blew out Minnesota on the road, those questions and criticisms are roaring back. At halftime, Michigan found itself trailing heavy underdog Michigan State 14-10 at halftime.

When the Wolverines tweeted out the score, the ripping of Harbaugh and his squad began.

It would’ve been hard for Michigan to replicate last week’s performance. And I think we learned on Friday that the win over Minnesota wasn’t as impressive as we thought it would be.

But still, the Wolverines are going up against an in-state rival that opened the season up by getting beaten by double digits at home against Rutgers. Michigan fans rightfully expected more than to be trailing at halftime against Sparty with just 10 points on the board.