Jim Harbaugh Ripped The Officiating After Loss To Ohio State

first_imgJim Harbaugh answers questions after the Ohio State loss.ESPN.Jim Harbaugh is not happy.Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is pretty upset with the officiating that took place in the Wolverines’ double-overtime loss to Ohio State.There was a controversial spot on the Buckeyes’ game-winning drive in double-overtime and a penalty called on Harbaugh in the second half that led to an OSU touchdown.Well pic.twitter.com/E3ORGyiDhN— IGIFRY (@IGIFRY) November 26, 2016Following the game, Harbaugh expressed his distaste for the officiating.He says he didn’t think it was a first down by Barrett and disagreed with the penalty called on himself that led to Ohio State’s touchdown.”Harbaugh: That wasn’t a first down. I’m bitterly disappointed with the officiating today.— Ralph D. Russo (@ralphDrussoAP) November 26, 2016Official told Jim Harbaugh unsportsmanlike penalty “would have been technical (foul) in basketball.” Harbaugh: “Well, this isn’t basketball”— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 26, 2016Here’s video of Harbaugh’s comments, from Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News.Harbaugh “bitterly disappointed with the officiating ” pic.twitter.com/dAfSeulW6A— angelique (@chengelis) November 26, 2016Harbaugh furious pic.twitter.com/rEA6ycDXDq— angelique (@chengelis) November 26, 2016With the loss, Michigan falls to 10-2 and will likely play in a non-College Football Playoff New Year’s Six bowl game.Ohio State improved to 11-1 and likely locked up a spot in the College Football Playoff, unless the Buckeyes make the Big Ten Championship Game and lose to Wisconsin.last_img

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