Good read. Quote:
To the southeast of East Lansing stands Ann Arbor, where national-title aspirations were experienced only by the delusional. Yes, the savior of Michigan football, Jim Harbaugh, had returned home, but he wasn't going to convert Michigan into contenders overnight. This was a Michigan football program that went 6-12 in its final 18 games under Brady Hoke and looked quite miserable while doing it. The 2015 season wouldn't be a disaster as the Wolverines returned the components for a strong defense, but offensively? It was going to take time. Michigan had questions at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and offensive line. Harbaugh could not solve all of these problems in just one offseason. He would need no fewer than two or three years to elevate Michigan back to the top.
That's what we told ourselves at least.
But something funny has happened in the last six weeks...
...and if we do win, TWIS is going to great next week. :P