What Jim Harbaugh Said About Facing Alabama In Cfp Rose Bowl

Michigan's Third Consecutive Playoff Appearance: The Wolverines are back in the College Football Playoff for the third straight season.

Historical Citrus Bowl Clash: The last time Michigan missed the CFP, they faced off against Alabama in the Citrus Bowl.

Rematch with Stakes: This time, Michigan and Alabama meet again, but with a much bigger prize at stake—a spot in the national championship game.

Semifinal Showdown in the Rose Bowl: The no. 1 ranked Michigan will take on no. 4 Alabama in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 

Coach Harbaugh's Excitement: Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh expressed his thrill at playing in the CFP Semifinal at the Rose Bowl Game.

Focus on Alabama's Quarterback: Harbaugh acknowledges the elite level of Alabama's quarterback, Jalen Milroe, highlighting his improvement and special athletic skills.

Similar Quarterback Styles: Harbaugh notes the similarities between Milroe and Michigan's quarterback, emphasizing Milroe's elite performance within the system.

Dynamic Milroe-Bond Connection: The coach comments on the apparent strong connection between Milroe and Isaiah Bond, praising the precision and improvement in their passing game.

Rose Bowl Precision: Harbaugh appreciates the precision in Alabama's passing game and recognizes the challenge it poses for Michigan in the upcoming game.

Anticipation for Elite Competition: Michigan is eagerly anticipating the challenge of facing Alabama in the Rose Bowl, with both teams vying for a spot in the national championship game.

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