If you thought it couldn’t get worse for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh after the loss to Indiana or the loss to Michigan State, then think again.

Harbaugh’s team had barely stepped on the field and felt the wrath of Wisconsin as the Badgers forced turnovers on each of the Wolverines’ first two drives. It got even worse from there as Michigan sunk even further deeper with a 42-11 loss on Saturday in Ann Arbor.

The loss adds to a growing list of how historically bad this season is going for Harbaugh and the Wolverines. With every loss comes mounting pressure on Harbaugh all while meeting with the media.

Michigan quarterback Joe Milton did not help set the tone at all for the Wolverines as he threw two interceptions on his first two drives of the night. He was eventually benched for Cade McNamara after Milton went 9-for-19 with 98 yards and two interceptions.

At 1-3, there’s going to be a lot of angry reaction in Ann Arbor. It appears that Harbaugh understands the gravity of this situation.

Welp. I don’t think the folks in Ann Arbor want to see what worse is at this point.