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Opener looms large
The Jim Harbaugh era will begin with much fanfare Thursday night. But will the Utes spoil the party by beating the Wolverines for the second straight year?
How to distinguish the worst fall wedding dates from the less-bad (but still terrible!) ones? With this handy guide, of course, which ranks each week of the college football regular season based on entertainment value.
On the cusp of the start to this season, our Big Ten writers share their thoughts on the unique traits of the league's home venues.
Harbaugh's intense competitive drive is well-documented. But as he showed at Stanford, sometimes that spirit can burn too bright for some.
Zubin Mehenti, Heather Dinich and Ryan McGee discuss the non-announcement announcement by Jim Harbaugh and debate who the country's second best team and conference are.
Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
Keep this in mind while watching the Big Ten debuts this week of Jim Harbaugh, Mike Riley and Paul Chryst: Twenty FBS coaches started with new programs last year. Eleven won their openers. Together, they posted a 43-50 record before Oct. 1.
What if the first-year Big Ten coaches, including Jim Harbaugh, Mike Riley and Paul Chryst, all lose this week in their debuts?
A look at the current recruiting climate around Michigan and Utah, who will square off in Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines opener this week.
When will Michigan make the call?
Jim Harbaugh's far too old to do it, even if he'd like to, so who will play quarterback for the Wolverines?
The college football forecast: No Harbaugh handshakes for OSU, a TCU offensive record and a Heisman for Nick Chubb.
Michigan @ Utah Utes
Rice-Eccles Stadium - Thu 9/3