ESPN Takes Shot At Jim Harbaugh, Michigan
ESPN takes a shot at Jim Harbaugh and Michigan in a recent radio interview.
Paul Finebaum, one of the most prominent college football insiders at ESPN, appeared on WJOX today to discuss Saturday’s game between Ohio State and Michigan.
As no big fan of Harbaugh’s, Finebaum attempted to his best impression of an impartial observer while discussing the big rivalry game.
“It would be a tremendous win,” he said.
“Again, Harbaugh was written off a couple of weeks ago, and I know, because I did,” Finebaum continued.
“It would be more important to him than in the College Football Playoff scheme.
“I think that game would be seen as a good a loss as you could have for Ohio State. So, I think the Penn State game was the critical game for Ohio State.”
Of course, Finebaum being Finebaum, did not stop there.
“Harbaugh beats to his own drummer,” he added.
“If he wins this game, he’s probably good for five years of up and down and mostly mediocre football.”
Can Michigan shock the world? Can Harbaugh finally shut up everyone who (rightfully) says he cannot win the big one?
We’ll find out, one way or another, come Saturday.
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