Michigan was arguably the best team in the Big Ten coming into 2019. At least, that was the thought.

Then, the first three games of the season happened.

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This past Saturday, however, the Wolverines were able to right the ship a bit against Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights have proven to not be much of a threat in recent years and that proved to be the case.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, after the 52-0 win over Rutgers, said a statement that doesn’t have much meaning behind it:

If most teams play well, they will perform well and be hard to beat. Especially when that team is as talented as Michigan.

Thank you for letting us know that though, coach.

To be completely fair, every coach says something like this at one point or another. It’s about whether you put other words with it to help get your point across.