Jim Harbo has high hopes for Michigan football: Is it accessible?

Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbog. (Rick Osintoski-USA Today Sports)

Jim Harbo has big goals in Michigan football in 2022 but will the Wolverines be able to compete at the high level their coach is aiming for?

Just as it seemed like Jim Harbo’s Michigan job security was low, the coach turned around and produced a season to get Wolverine fans excited about the direction of the show once again.

In 2021, she stormed UM via the Big Ten, knocking down her rival Ohio State and drawing a card to College Football Playoff.

They are looking for more in 2022.

Jim Harbo sets high hopes for Michigan football

At the Big Ten media days on Tuesday, Harbaugh set four goals for the upcoming season, Per Brett Mac Murphy.

  1. Beat Ohio
  2. Beat Michigan State
  3. win the big ten
  4. Win the national championship

The Wolverines went 2 of 4 on those in 2021. They defeated Ohio State but lost to Michigan State. They won the Big Ten but didn’t win the title.

It was a magical run. There is more work to be done.

Either Cady McNamara or JJ McCarthy will be at the helm in 2022. One of these players will be supported by a strong attacking line and returning injured receiver Ronnie Bell.

The defense has a new coordinator and will have to replace players with huge influence like David Ojabo and Aiden Hutchinson.

So how feasible are these goals this time around?

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