Expectations for Michigan in 2017 are a little varied depending on who you ask.

There seems to be a consistent thought about the end result, however. The Wolverines just aren’t good enough this season to top Ohio State or Penn State for a B1G East title. Michigan should be focused on causing damage in 2018.

But players aren’t thinking that way, especially wide receiver Eddie McDoom.

“We don’t think that way, we think we’re going to win it this year,” McDoom said, according to MLive.com. “That’s the mindset, you want to come in and win it this year. There’s no next year, no it’s this year. We’re going to come in and grind and come in and fight. Our goal is to win the national championship, the B1G and be the greatest team that we can be.”

Michigan enters the year as a top 15 team in the Coaches Poll and will have a huge test Week 1 against Florida, another team ranked in the top 20. The Wolverines can make a huge statement by beating the Gators in AT&T Stadium.

Despite the various confidence levels for Michigan in 2017, McDoom made it clear that he and his teammates and all in this fall.

“Everyone has bought in,” McDoom said. “We’re not looking for next year, we’re looking for now. That’s our mindset.”