Jim Harbaugh and the reality of Michigan football's inexplicable purgatory

Four years ago, Jim Harbaugh and Michigan football were on the verge of a breakthrough.It was Harbaugh’s second season in Ann Arbor, and the Wolverines — with veteran talent on both sides of the ball — looked like one of the nation’s top teams. Save for a hiccup against Iowa at Kinnick Stadium, Michigan had boat-raced its way through the Big Ten and set itself on a collision course with Urban Meyer and Ohio State.Beat the Buckeyes, and the Wolverines would advance to the Big Ten championship game for the first time in program history; win the conference title, and they’d make the College Footb…

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