Jim Harbaugh is indeed going to finish the regular season with a suspension, Michigan confirmed on Thursday.

Despite previously setting up a Friday hearing to try and get a temporary restraining order against the B1G’s suspension, Michigan released a statement to say it has resolved litigation with the conference. As a result, Harbaugh will serve the original 3-game suspension and the B1G will close its investigation into Michigan.

After missing the Penn State game to begin the suspension, Harbaugh will also miss this week’s game against Maryland and next week’s matchup against Ohio State in “The Game.” The Wolverines are heavily favored against the Terrapins, but the showdown against Ohio State is a different story.

Harbaugh has gone 2-0 against the Buckeyes since the 2020 version of The Game was canceled due to COVID. This will also be the first version of The Game without Harbaugh on the sidelines since 2014, the final year of Brady Hoke’s tenure in Ann Arbor.

Here is how fans and media alike reacted to Harbaugh’s future absence: