Key quote at the end:
If Ohio State wins out, they're still in a pretty good spot, provided that Michigan shows up in Columbus undefeated, which they will be overwhelmingly favored to do. If Michigan loses a game prior to The Game, then the Buckeyes will need a Penn State loss somewhere along the way in order to get into the Big Ten Championship Game. Penn State's schedule is exceedingly winnable, so you may as well just get used to the fact that you are now a Michigan fan.
However, what would this offense be able to do against Alabama, even in a dome? How would this offensive line hold up? Especially when Nick Saban is given about four bye weeks to study the OSU offense? That's obviously a risk everyone is willing to take, but is the offense even good enough to get there? Are the special teams? Is the defense?
What happens if it's breezy when Nebraska comes to town? What if it is drizzling for the Michigan game? What if it's chilly up in East Lansing? These are all legitimate concerns and Ohio State will have to overcome these obstacles. The future is still theirs, but the present might keep them from it.
I'm teaching myself how to video-edit, so I made this 2016 Defense highlight reel of the first 6 games.
Michigan Defense 2016: Seek & Destroy
Michigan Defense 2016: Let The Bodies Hit The Floor: https://youtu.be/Z9oNyxqewfo
Let me know what you think and enjoy!
*EDIT: Changed the title, per your wonderful feedback. Didn't even think about the confusion, but felt Seek & Destroy was such a great term for our D. Also, this is the first video I've ever made, so I'll take rest of feedback into account for future vids. Working on an offensive highlight reel, as well.
"Jim Harbaugh is, without a doubt, one of the best coaches in football.
Before returning the Michigan Wolverines to the top of the college football polls, he led the San Francisco 49ers to three consecutive NFC Championships and one Super Bowl. Before that, he revived a dormant Stanford program.
No matter where he has coached, Harbaugh has been defined by a crazed sense of competitiveness that has often manifested itself in peculiar ways. He is also one of the most entertaining figures in all of sports.
Below we take a look at 27 examples of his insane competitiveness."
Source: Business Insider, Emmett Knowlton, 10/25/2016
Many you know but some you probably didn't