Michigan finally played well in an overtime time period, but could not outlast Northwestern in double overtime as they fell to the Wildcats 82-78.
The idea of putting academics first isn’t a new one. And it isn’t going away anytime soon. A “year of readiness” charge is being led by Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, and though it’s easy to take the words coming from high up at face value, it’s also beneficial to see what those being potentially affected have to say on the matter.
Look, Jim Harbaugh is a worker of magic. As if you didn’t already know that. For further proof, two prolific college quarterbacks traveled to Ann Arbor to work on their game in preparation for the upcoming NFL Combine. Why Ann Arbor? Well, first and foremost, that’s where Harbaugh is.
There are many words that can be used to describe the season thus far for the Michigan Wolverines. Many will say disappointing, some will say expected and others will say frustrating. In truth, you could use any one of those adjectives and probably be correct. Going into this season, it was expected that there would be some sort of regression due to the amount of attrition Michigan faced in the offseason.