Jim Harbaugh has brought a level of excitement to Michigan football that hasn’t been seen in years. He is also winning a lot of games and making the university, a lot of money.
Harbaugh knows what it takes to build a powerhouse. He did it at Stanford and in just two short years, he has reinvigorated Michigan football into one.
But one big question that looms, is how long will 10-win seasons continue to be enough?
Certainly, one can’t complain about back-to-back 10-3 campaigns. Michigan football was far below that level of expectation when Harbaugh arrived and the fact that the Wolverines seriously contended for the Big Ten title the past two seasons and for a time, the national title in 2016, speaks volumes.