Michigan Football Is Being Criminally Underrated Entering 2024


Michigan Football is being criminally underrated entering the 2024 college football season. They are being underestimated because they lost 60% of their 2023 production and Jim Harbaugh and most of Michigan’s 2023 staff are off to the NFL. Sherrone Moore takes over as the Michigan Wolverines’ head coach and has plenty of work cut out for him. However, the elite developmental and strength-focused program that Harbaugh built for him will make the head coaching job easier, along with Donovan Edwards, Colston Loveland, Myles Hinton, Mason Graham, Kenneth Grant, and Will Johnson returning to play in 2024. Using college football history and Michigan’s depth chart, I will show you why it would be a mistake to bet this team to hit the under on their win total. We talk about all of this and more in this episode of College Football with Sam. Make sure to comment so I can interact with you and answer any questions you have!

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0:00 Introduction
4:00 Michigan’s 2023 Team Was All-Time Good
8:45 National Champions Rarely Fall Apart
14:50 Elite Head Coaches Build Elite Programs That Last
22:20 Michigan Returns Critical Star Talent
26:45 Reasonable Expectations For 2024?

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