Sherrone Moore to Coach Jim Harbaugh: ‘I Love the Sh*t Out of You Man

    Sherrone Moore stepped in for the suspended Jim Harbaugh on Saturday. In the coach's absence, Moore gave us one of the greatest post-game interviews ever.

    The University of Michigan has had anything but a normal week. But after a tumultuous week that included a Jim Harbaugh suspension for the rest of the team’s gamedays for the rest of the season, a win against rival Penn State on the road must feel pretty good.

    In fact, we know it felt good for them immediately after the game, with both acting Michigan Wolverines HC Sherrone Moore and RB Blake Corum speaking.

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    Sherrone Moore’s Raw Emotion After Michigan’s Huge Win

    With tears streaming down the coach’s face, Moore spoke with Fox’s Jenny Taft immediately after the conclusion of Michigan’s dominant win against Penn State. Although he was brief, he held nothing back.

    “I want to thank the lord,” Moore said. “I want to thank coach Harbaugh… [I] f*cking love you man. [I] love the shit out of you, man. [We] did this for you… for this university, the president, our AD. We got the best players, best university, and best alumni in the country. Love you guys.”

    He caught Corum coming up from behind him as he finished. After a few more teary-eyed expletives, Corum took to the microphone.

    Corum was reserved and confident, despite looking like he’d been hit in the face by a steel chair during a Hell in a Cell match. He gave thanks to his offensive line and praised the toughness of his team while the skin on his forehead folded over itself, and dried blood covered the bridge of his nose.

    His 26 carries, 145 yards, and 2 touchdowns were a massive reason why the Wolverines won. Michigan did not throw the ball a single time in the second half. They imposed their will against the Nittany Lions, which is poetic because Jim Harbaugh loves to run the football.

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    Michigan sandwiches Maryland between their two biggest games of the season. Although all eyes will be on the Ohio State game on November 25, Michigan cannot let its guard down.

    They also need to get healthy, and they must fix the pass protection woes that were another factor playing into why they didn’t throw the ball in the second half. It certainly doesn’t help that J.J. McCarthy got banged up on a run.

    But this team sure looks like they’re on a mission.

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