Desmond Howard calls out Michigan coaching staff on College GameDay

Sep 1, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; ESPN analyst Desmond Howard takes a photo with a fan on the set of ESPN College Gameday before the game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Michigan Wolverines at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

After getting off to a hot start to the season, the Michigan Wolverines have not been on the track to finish they way they wanted to. At a time, it seemed as if they were on a collision course with the Ohio State Buckeyes in their annual rivalry game at the end of the season that may decide the Big Ten, or even the national championship.

Instead, after winning their first five games, they’ve lost three of their last four and have not been able to run the ball with any success whatsoever. In the loss to Michigan State a few weeks ago, they finished the game with an astonishing -48 yards rushing.

For this, offensive coordinator Al Borges and the rest of the Wolverines coaching staff has taken a lot of the heat.

Today, on College GameDay, they got some of that heat from one of their own.

While speaking about the woes of the team, former Heisman winner Desmond Howard seemed none too pleased with the performance of his alma mater’s offense. He made light of the fact that Borges is the third-highest paid coordinator in the nation and said that this “foolishness has got to end.”

 

Topics: College Football, Desmond Howard, Michigan Wolverines

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  • Keeva Ronelle

    Thanks, Desmond for speaking the truth. I would add Hoke to the mix. What is it about the “talking heads”?…go see the Wizard and get some courage. GO BLUE! ’72

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