Act like you’ve been there

I’m so disappointed and disappointed with the Ohio State football team’s loss to Michigan, but more than words can say “Congratulations” for werewolves. After reading the comments of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and his offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, I feel “Act as if you were there” is much more appropriate.

During a media chat, Harbaugh was asked about how Ryan Day allegedly told his team last year that he wanted to give the Wolverines 100 points. Wolverines head coach talks about taking the high road, then he doesn’t,

“Sometimes people who are standing on third base think they hit triples, but they weren’t.”

Apparently, in his opinion, he’s alluding to Day’s takeover of a ready-made show. While Wolverine loyalists have their hearts peeled for this trivia, much of the world of college football is unimpressed. However, Harbaugh’s comment seems a bit out of place compared to what Gattis had to say on Monday.

In a radio interview, Gattis talked about Oregon being the stronger team against the Buckeyes and believes the Wolverines can be, too. Like his boss, he may have taken the high road, but not so when it comes to Ohio State,

“They are a skillful team, they are not a difficult team.”

Now, this isn’t anything that hasn’t been discussed by Ohio State fans and media, but when it comes from an opposing coach two days after the game, it tends to attract attention. your mind. If Harbaugh and Gattis’ words haven’t been pasted around Woody Hayes Sports Center, they will soon. I have no doubt the strength and conditioning coordinator Mickey Marotti will remind the Buckeyes of them daily during winter training sessions. Those comments will not be forgotten.

I don’t know why I would expect Jim Harbaugh and his show to work like they’ve been there before because they never were, right? Since being hired by Michigan in 2015, Harbaugh has had a losing streak against Michigan State. He lost his first five encounters with the Ohio State football team until he skipped them last year.

After winning his first bowl game, he lost four in a row. If you include the recent win over the Ohio State football team, that adds up to a 5-13 record in these games. He hasn’t won the 2018 Big Ten East championship until this season. So yeah, Harbaugh and his show have never been here before.

This has always been the Michigan Man’s way, hasn’t it? They are arrogant, talkative and seem to live in a sea of ​​arrogance. Remember when their former coach, Lloyd Carr, everything was going his way against the Buckeyes until he declared Michigan State really his team’s biggest rival?

Rerun Mike “Morning Mouth” Hart called the younger brother of the Michigan Spartans? Chasing Winovich and The Voyage of Vengeance? And, of course, Desmond Howard and his fake pose. Arrogant and arrogant. That’s the way of a Michigan Man.

So we shouldn’t really be surprised when a coach and his program who have struggled so hard against his biggest opponent have absolutely no idea how to handle success. It’s part of the path of a Michigan Man.

The hope is that the Buckeyes will make Harbaugh and Gattis pay for their remarks the next time the two teams meet. Ryan Day has a lot of work to do and change for that to happen. November 26, 2022 has been circled on a lot of magenta and gray calendars. Act like you’ve been there


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