Jim Harbaugh Reveals What Has To Happen At Michigan Going Forward

first_imgjim harbaugh on the sideline at the ohio state gameCOLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 24: Head Coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks up at the scoreboard in the third quarter after the Ohio State Buckeyes scored at Ohio Stadium on November 24, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Michigan 62-39. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines had, arguably, the most-disappointing finish to the 2018 college football season.The Wolverines ended the regular season with a blowout loss at Ohio State, dropping out of the College Football Playoff race and missing out on a trip to the Big Ten Championship Game.Michigan went on to play in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, where it got blown out by Florida.The Wolverines have finished the year with back-to-back blowout losses, ending the season at 10-3.What has to happen at Michigan moving forward?Harbaugh had a simple answer following his team’s blowout loss.“I think we’re going to take what we have and reload a new season and tighten up and keep working to put it over the top,” he told reporters.Harbaugh said that the 2018 season was a good one for Michigan, but the Wolverines need to get to a point where they’re having great seasons.“It was a very good season. It would have been a great season if we’d won this game, but we couldn’t get it done. My feeling about the team is we’re right there at the top. But we have to put it over the top, especially in the big games at the end of the year.”The 2019 season will be a massive one for Michigan. The Wolverines will get to play an Urban Meyer-less Ohio State team with several other Big Ten teams going through major changes. Harbaugh has to deliver on the biggest of stages.last_img read more

Two dead in motorway crash between lorry and minibus

Two people have died and three more are being treated for serious injuries after a lorry and a minibus crashed on a motorway.Air ambulances were called to a stretch of the M4 in Berkshire at 12.20pm on Thursday after the two vehicles collided.The two people killed were travelling in the minibus and died at the scene.Six other people on board the minibus were taken to hospital for treatment, with three of them having suffered serious injuries.The driver of the lorry was also taken to hospital with minor injuries.The stretch of the M4 between junction 14 at Hungerford and junction 13 at Chieveley is closed in the eastbound direction.Earlier on Thursday, the motorway was closed in both directions so the air ambulances could land.Police have also been trying to turn around drivers caught in the tailback.Police are appealing for anyone who saw what happened or has dash-cam footage to call 101. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more