Jim Harbaugh explains what went wrong in another meltdown vs. Ohio State, a 56-27 loss at Michigan Stadium, Nov. 30, 2019.
Orion Sang, Detroit Free Press

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh seemed to take offense to a question in his postgame news conference after his Wolverines lost to Ohio State on Saturday in Ann Arbor. 

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The question was: “… is it a talent gap, is it a preparation gap, is it a coaching gap, what is the biggest difference between you and Ohio State at this point?”

— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 30, 2019

Harbaugh, never breaking character, responded with, “I mean, I’ll answer your questions, not your insults. So …”

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The reporter was quick to defend the question, citing that U-M has allowed 118 points to Ohio State the last two seasons. He again asked what is the biggest gap between Michigan and Ohio State.

Harbaugh answer: “They played good. … They played better today.”

U-M lost at home, 56-27, dropping Harbaugh’s record against Ohio State to 0-5. In the last two games, the Wolverines have been outscored, 118-66.

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