Shawn Windsor Detroit Free Press Published 4:20 PM EDT Sep 21, 2019 MADISON, Wisc. — Jim Harbaugh suffered his worst loss as Michigan’s football coach Saturday afternoon against Wisconsin. But it’s not the loss that will linger. It’s the unsettling realization that this program isn’t close to where you hoped it would be by now in year five of Harbaugh’s tenure. That stings. Mostly because it begs a fundamental question: If Harbaugh isn’t the man, who is? And if you love the Maize and Blue, where do you go from here? [ Want more Michigan football analysis? Download our app for the latest news. ] For U-M didn’t just lose its Big Ten opener at Camp Randall Stadium. It got demolished. Demoralized. Pushed around. So complete was the dismantling — so wide was the gap in strength and toughness — that a handful of Badgers were dancing before the fourth quarter began. Dancing. More: Michigan QB Dylan McCaffrey replaces benched Shea Patterson, then gets injured On the field. In full view of the visiting team it was pummeling. Embarrassing? It should be. And don’t be fooled by the final score, 35-14. It wasn’t that close. The Badgers were ahead by five touchdowns… Read full this story
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