Jim Harbaugh knew that he’d pay the price when he sounded off on the officiating following Michigan’s double overtime loss against Ohio State.

The B1G announced on Monday that Michigan will be fined $10,000 for his postgame remarks on Saturday.

Here was the statement the conference released:

The Big Ten determined that Harbaugh’s postgame comments regarding officials were in violation of Big Ten Conference Agreement 10.01, which states in part that “The Big Ten Conference expects all contests involving a member institution to be conducted without compromise to any fundamental element of sportsmanship. Such fundamental elements include integrity of competition, civility toward all, and respect, particularly toward opponents and officials.” Coaches are teachers as well, and there is an expectation that they set the example for students and others in the area of sportsmanship.

The Big Ten Conference considers this matter concluded and will have no further comment.

Harbaugh was admittedly bitter about three calls specifically. He didn’t believe J.T. Barrett converted on fourth down in double overtime. Harbaugh also felt two pass interference falls didn’t go in favor of the Wolverines.

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Here were the comments that got Harbaugh his first B1G fine:

Harbaugh also drew a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct after he slammed his headset and threw his play sheet. That set up an Ohio State touchdown that cut the Michigan lead to three.

While Harbaugh and the Wolverines were obviously frustrated after the double overtime loss, it might not have completely spoiled the season.

Michigan could still have an outside chance at the College Football Playoff. Kirk Herbstreit believes the Wolverines could potentially be a Colorado win away from cracking the top four.

Whatever the case, Harbaugh’s fine came after his second straight season of double-digit victories in Ann Arbor.