Even with loss to Indiana and a 1-2 record, Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh says Wolverines just have to “move on, keep going”


After Michigan’s first loss to Indiana since 1987 and the team’s second in a row loss of the season, Jim Harbaugh said after the game he still believed the team was about to turn the corner.The Wolverines are now 1-2 on the season and Harbaugh is 2-8 against AP-rated opponents on the road after the 38-21 loss to the Hoosiers. The Michigan defense has struggled in the last two games, surrendering 460 yards to Indiana and 449 yards to Michigan State and racked up penalties and errors along the way.

Despite those mistakes and the two losses, Harbaugh said he still has faith in his team.

“The personal feeling is that we’re about to do it,” Harbaugh said. “You see it done [in practice], you see it happening and then you have to move on to the next step in the games. There are guys who do [in the games] and others will get it and you just keep training.


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