Michigan’s dominance could be a sign of a defensive revolution

Michigan’s dominance could be a sign of a defensive revolution

The Jenni & Berry Show: As hard as Jim Harbaugh tried, he can't make this a feel-good story for anyone who doesn't wear maize and blue.

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

| Jan 10, 2024, 1:34pm CST

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

Jan 10, 2024, 1:34pm CST

Is Michigan a dishonorable national champion? Will Jim Harbaugh be back at Michigan next season? Is the Wolverines’ defense a sign that college football is changing style? All that and more on this week’s Jenni & Berry Show. 

1:55ish: Berry Tramel on Michigan not being a feel-good story

2:50ish: Jenni Carlson on the goofiness of Jim Harbaugh

4:39: Berry Tramel on comparisons between Michigan and the Houston Astros

6:11: Jenni Carlson on Michigan’s defensive dominance

8:31: Berry Tramel on Jim Harbaugh’s future at Michigan

12:45: Berry Tramel on the defensive culture Harbaugh has built at Michigan

15:05ish: Jenni Carlson on Michael Penix’s rough night

15:35: Berry Tramel on Michael Penix’s sudden fall

23:35ish: Jenni Carlson on the coming 12-team playoff

25:02ish: Berry Tramel on all the scheduling changes coming in 2024

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative director: Michael Lane

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