In an episode following our true-false format, we look at five big questions facing the Michigan football team following the Wolverines’ 49-11 loss to No. 13 Wisconsin.
We begin by looking at a comment made by a Michigan player about the Wolverines having a “lackadaisical” attitude heading into the game, and if we think that the’s accurate. We look at Michigan’s attitude toward this game, and what we saw in the Wolverines’ body language throughout the night.
We then discuss Don Brown, and if his shortcomings have put Michigan in a situation where it can no longer wait until the end of the season to let him go. We debate if Michigan’s defense has regressed, if other teams have figured the Wolverines out, or both.
We then turn to Jim Harbaugh, and ponder if he is Michigan’s biggest problem right now. If he isn’t, what is the Wolverines’ biggest issue, and what can Michigan do about it with or without Harbaugh?
We then turn our attention to Michigan’s personnel, and debate if it’s time for the Wolverines to bring younger players into key contributing roles. We look at Michigan’s potential quarterback battle, defensive reinforcements and why ultimately it’s a tricky situation for the Wolverines.
We then close with a parting shot, as Shaw questions if Michigan’s Athletic Department is paying close enough attention to the Wolverines’ on-field product.
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