Jim Harbaugh's news conference: Mel Tucker has not reached out – Detroit Free Press

  • November 1, 2022

The chase for another College Football Playoff berth becomes a bit more real this week as the committee will release its first preliminary rankings on Tuesday night. But before then, Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh will host his weekly news conference Monday afternoon, fresh off a 29-7 dismantling of rival Michigan State … and a tunnel brawl that followed, leading to the suspension of four Spartans.
The Wolverines’ next opponent, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (4-4, 1-4 Big Ten), should engender slightly less heated emotions. Rutgers hasn’t beaten Michigan since its first season in the Big Ten, nearly three months before Harbaugh was hired in Ann Arbor, although the past two editions of the East Division game have been decided by one score.
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Then again, Michigan (8-0, 5-0) could be highly motivated by a potential snub in the CFP rankings; Georgia and Tennessee (who play each other this Saturday) and Ohio State are expected to round out the top three, leaving the Wolverines to duke it out with unbeaten Clemson and TCU … albeit with more than a month before the final lineup is decided.
Follow along as Harbaugh speaks around noon to discuss the win over MSU and aftermath, and previews the Saturday night showdown in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Jim Harbaugh with a lengthy statement. Says an apology won’t cut it and that he can’t imagine this won’t “result in criminal charges.” pic.twitter.com/FqgWpFxY51


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