Harbaugh says Michigan will keep attacking, building in 2022
By: Mike Stiles -
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Jim Harbaugh (photo courtesy of Big Ten Conference)
(INDIANAPOLIS) – Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh and his players know that rival Ohio State is looking to exact revenge from last season's 42-27 loss. Buckeyes players have spoken publicly about how the loss is still on their mind and that they have the game circled for this coming season. But when asked Wednesday at Big Ten media days about his team traveling to Columbus, Ohio, to play the Buckeyes this season, Harbaugh was confident in his team and what he would see from them on the field. Harbaugh said that his players haven't shown any satisfaction or entitlement from the results from last season and that he has seen the same type of player-led leadership he saw last year. Harbaugh himself isn't sitting on his laurels, either, and knows there is still more that can be done. While last season was great, Harbaugh says they want to achieve all four goals: Beating Michigan State and Ohio State in the same year; winning the Big Ten championship and winning the National Championship. Harbaugh even admitted to being happier after seeing his players feel a type of success they hadn't felt since Harbaugh arrived at Michigan.