Jim Harbaugh is nothing if not a man of tradition. The head coach stays true to his beliefs no matter what, and that includes his traditional postgame interview methods.

After the blowout win against Minnesota, Harbaugh was asked about Michigan nearly emptying out its travel roster in Week 6. The Wolverines played 73 of the 74 active players Saturday night while rolling to a 52-10 win.

Asked about the unselfishness of his team, Harbaugh noted every player played well before handing the interview off to Will Johnson and Keon Sabb and sneaking away.


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“They all played really good, especially we got a couple of guys right here,” said Harbaugh. “I mean our defense was incredible. Will Johnson and Keon Sabb, what did that feel like?”

What it felt like was a sweet win for Michigan as the program retains the Little Brown Jug. While the trophy is one of the oldest in the B1G, the game in modern college football history has been dominated by the Wolverines.

On a larger scale, Michigan is now 6-0 and is beginning to look like the No. 2 team in the country. The Wolverines are even making a push to be ranked No. 1 overall as we head into the heart of October.