With no room for error, it was imperative that Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines closed out the season on the highest of notes following their late season surge after losing a close one on the road to Penn State. While many spent hours and even days slandering the Spartans and overlooking Indiana following a 44 – 10 exploitation of the Spartans, I was being a realist, alerting the masses to understand, while the win over Sparty was huge, we must not get the big head as
The Wolverines 2018 season ended exactly how the 2017 season did…a loss to Ohio State University and a half ass bowl game performance. At the precipice lies the Big Ten title and a College Football Playoff appearance, but in the way, lies their biggest challenge and threat of the last decade: Ohio State. Ever since the NCAA introduced the College Football Playoff system, depending on your brand, one loss could be, and has proven to be, the kiss of death to all playoff hopes.
While the No. 14 ranked Michigan Wolverines merely survived an outing at Ryan Field, one could say that these “too close for comfort” games are starting to become the norm for the Wolverines under Coach Harbaugh. Although nerve-wracking, the game was nothing short of a nail-biter as the Wolverines shook off a sluggish start, going down 17 – 7 at the half, only to score 20 unanswered points including a solid run by running back Karan Higdon in the fourth quarter to help secure
Imagine being in your mid 20’s as an all-out sports fanatic for your state, having seen a good handful of chances to secure a championship but having to settle for a handful of disappointment. If you’re a reader outside of Michigan, then you must first understand that there are A LOT of good things happening in the state’s sports world outside of the major marketed professional teams. There have been a number of teams to put on for the state of Michigan in a number of sports