Michigan's 24-17 loss at Notre Dame didn't quiet the doubters of the university's firey head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Michigan has dropped 17 consecutive road contests against ranked opponents since 2006 and Harbaugh holds a 1-6 record against rivals Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State. Why hasn't Jim Harbaugh been able to turn Michigan around the same way he did at schools like San Diego and Stanford, or even in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers? Jason Smith and Mike Harmon believe that Michigan's lack of success is due to one position, and once that turns around, so will the rest of the program.
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