After Jim Harbaugh dropped his latest SEC-related Twitter bomb, there was some backlash.

Some questioned how he could take aim at the most successful coach in college football in Nick Saban. Others probably averted their eyes from anything related to satellite camps.

The whole “Harbaugh being Harbaugh” thing wasn’t a good enough reason for everyone. ESPN radio host and college football analyst Danny Kanell took a different approach.

Without naming Harbaugh or Michigan, he took aim at the Wolverines’ schedule on Wednesday morning.

Just in case that wasn’t obviously a Harbaugh-related comment, Kanell followed it up using the word “amazing” in quotations, just as Harbaugh did to mock Saban:

Does Kanell have a point? ESPN put Michigan among its weakest Power Five schedules based on FPI. After three soft non-conference home games, the Wolverines leave the state of Michigan once before the middle of November, and that’s to take on to Rutgers.

Still, the they do have crossover tilts against Iowa and Wisconsin. Michigan will travel to Iowa, Michigan State and Ohio State, all of whom finished with at least 12 wins in 2015 and will likely start the season in the top 25. All three of those games are in the final five weeks of the season.

So is it likely that Harbaugh is puffing his chest out because of Michigan’s 2016 schedule? No. If anything, his ability to recruit differently — and successfully — is the source of his bold tweets.

He probably wouldn’t act any differently if Michigan faced Alabama every week in 2016.