Jim Harbaugh wasn’t just upset after the Michigan-Ohio State game.
The Wolverines coach ripped officials for their “outrageous calls” following No. 3-ranked Michigan’s 30-27 double-overtime loss to No. 2 Ohio State, and he certainly showed some of that frustration during Saturday’s game in Columbus.
The peak of Harbaugh’s in-game frustration came when he threw his play cards and headset after his defense was called for an offside, drawing an unsportsmanlike-conduct call himself.
The consecutive penalties came on the first play following one of Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight’s two interceptions, and Ohio State turned the easy opportunity into seven points.
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