What Jim Harbaugh said about Michigan football vs. TCU in College Football Playoff

If the past two Saturdays weren’t big enough, Sunday was big in its own right.

Michigan football was named the 2-seed in the four-team College Football Playoff and will play 3-seed, the TCU Horned Frogs,

in the semifinal as part of the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.

On Sunday evening, Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh met with the media via Zoom where he discussed the matchup,

TCU QB Max Duggan, the job Sonny Dykes has done in his first year coaching the team,

the reports that NFL teams are vetting him, Mazi Smith’s gun charge, and much more.

Here is everything he had to say.

Opening statement Thank you. Probably a lot to talk about, a lot to say. 

Well, I don’t know if can fit it all in an opening statement but just really proud of our team, what they’ve accomplished.

We’re very excited to be in the playoffs, in the final four.

And just overall just can’t say enough good things about our players,

our coaches, our staff to be 13-0 — I mean, my mouth has a hard time even forming that.

It’s just very unfamiliar to say that in relation to football.

It sounds like a hot start to a basketball season at the beginning of the season.

But with that being said we’re excited for the challenge to advance, to see how we’ll stack up in the playoffs.


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