Here is the latest Michigan sports news from The Associated Press
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Jim Harbaugh has been the most scrutinized coach in college football for seven seasons, defined by his failures despite a resume loaded with success. Now he has delivered on the promise he brought to his alma mater, leading the Wolverines to the College Football Playoff and a semifinal showdown against Georgia. In 17 seasons as a head coach in college and the NFL, Harbaugh is 156-65. The traits that make Harbaugh seem a little weird his supporters will tell you are ingenious.
UNDATED (AP) — Stetson Bennett has the full support of No. 3 Georgia’s coaching staff even as he continues to hear the same doubts from observers that have followed him since he first joined the Bulldogs as a walk-on. Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Todd Monken put to rest any remaining questions about Bennett’s status as the starting quarterback in Georgia’s College Football Playoff semifinal against No. 2 Michigan in the Orange Bowl. JT Daniels, who opened the season as Georgia’s starter, has rejoined the team after missing time last week. Even so, Bennett’s lock on the position appears to be as strong as ever.