Michigan Got Booed As It Left The Field At Halftime vs. Army

first_imgA closeup of Jim Harbaugh looking upset during a Michigan football game.ANN ARBOR, MI – SEPTEMBER 26: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines leads his team against the Brigham Young Cougars at Michigan Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Wolverines defeated the Cougars 31-0. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)If this is supposed to be the year that Michigan finally takes that next step and really makes a run at the College Football Playoff, no one told Army. The Black Knights have a 14-7 lead on the Wolverines in Ann Arbor at the half.This one is far from over, obviously. Michigan fans weren’t having it as the team left the field, though.The half ended in rough fashion. Rather than go for it with two seconds remaining in the half from the Army 37-yard line, Jim Harbaugh elected to send out kicker Quinn Nordin for a 55-yard field goal attempt.It did not go well. Michigan fans boo their own team off the field: pic.twitter.com/0uJGhVLU8X— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) September 7, 2019The boo birds were out in full force entering the break. It’s not a great look for a team with such high expectations in Week 2.The frustrations are pretty palpable throughout the entire Michigan football community. Jim Harbaugh flipped out on the sideline at one point, following a pair of fumbles by quarterback Shea Patterson.Those fumbles triggered some Michigan fans to call for Dylan McCaffrey to take over for Patterson, outside of the packages that the Michigan staff has created for him. The younger brother of Christian McCaffrey is a dynamic dual-threat player, but Patterson has been solidly in place as the QB1 since last season.The second half just got under way, and Michigan has already gone three-and-out. If the offense can’t get something going soon, those boos may not be an isolated event.last_img