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When is he going to get it after losses to OSU?

The final Misery Index of the season is always the worst one to land on because there’s nowhere to escape for the next nine months. Though a bowl game performance can sometimes change the narrative for a team going into the offseason, that’s pretty rare. Generally speaking, a fan’s final impression of a team is going to be formed by the games with the highest stakes. 

And for a team like Michigan, there’s no game of more importance to its annual ego check than playing Ohio State. Don’t believe it? Just take a look at how easily coach Jim Harbaugh was triggered after his team was blown out by the Buckeyes for the second consecutive year.

When asked whether his inability to beat Ohio State — now 0-for-5 and counting — was due to “a talent gap, a preparation gap or a coaching gap,” Harbaugh whipped his head around toward the reporter and shot back that he would “answer your questions, not your insults.”