Jim Harbaugh: Michigan's quest for back-to-back B1G titles 'not a grim mission'
Jim Harbaugh has pulled it off with his Michigan squad, leading the program to back-to-back B1G Championships and a return trip to the College Football Playoff. After the victory over Purdue, Harbaugh stepped atop the award podium to talk about the win.
He once again tried to put the attention on his players and said the 2022 season was not a grim one.
“All credit goes to these men up here. We’ve talked about it before, it’s not a grim mission,” said Harbaugh. “It’s a happy mission, but more than that, it’s been a godly mission, and we thank our Lord and Savior.”
Asked what the culture is like within the locker room, Harbaugh said the Wolverines have a brotherhood that extends beyond culture from the coaching staff down to the players.
“A lot of people talk about culture but it’s beyond culture. It’s a brotherhood amongst the staff, amongst the players. It’s what it is, it’s love,” said Harbaugh.
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Regardless of what exactly it is, Harbaugh and his crew are on a happy ride, and it’s not stopping yet. Michigan will await its CFP seed on Sunday, though all signs are pointing to the Wolverines as the likely No. 2 seed nationally.