needing triple overtime to beat Rutgers a week ago, Michigan football fell flat in what must now be considered rock-bottom for Jim Harbaugh. Saturday’s loss to previously winless Penn State a new low for a program and a season that appears headed in the wrong direction.

Penn State beat Michigan 27-17 in yet another lackluster performance from the Wolverines as the program has apparently tuned out its head coach.

With the win, Penn State improves to 1-5. Michigan is now 2-4, a fall from grace for a program that entered the year in the preseason polls.

Now in his sixth season at Michigan, Harbaugh is 49-22 with his alma mater. This coupled with their 1-4 bowl record under Harbaugh and the lack of an outright Big Ten title are all causes for major concerns in Ann Arbor.

Here is what Harbaugh had to say following his team’s loss: