👀 @CharlesWoodson had some thoughts after Michigan’s loss today. pic.twitter.com/Lw3zjkdzH9— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 2019The Wolverines need to figure things out fast. Games against teams like Ohio State and Notre Dame have yet to be played.Can Harbaugh right the ship this season? 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)Michigan played horribly today. Wisconsin beat the Wolverines in the trenches, through the air and on special teams en route to a 35-14 blowout. Jim Harbaugh’s team is desperately in need of answers.As a result of the loss, fans have chimed in on Harbaugh and Michigan’s horrific performance. Former Michigan All-American Charles Woodson is the latest to offer his thoughts regarding the Wolverines.“I’m not understanding what’s going on,” Woodson said on the Fox Sports post-game show, per 247Sports. “This does not look good, man. I don’t even know how to talk right now. What I could say, wouldn’t be the right thing to say because it would be my emotions. I’m sick about how Michigan football looks right now. I came in with high expectations on how my team was going to look. I’m going to be honest, man. I’m embarrassed.”Most Michigan fans would have to agree with Woodson. The Wolverines simply aren’t playing at the level most expected. The talent is obviously there as Michigan has put together some of the best recruiting classes in recent year.But plenty are questioning Michigan’s offensive scheme and play-calling. Harbaugh is receiving a lot of the blame. His record against top-ranked opponents isn’t pretty.
Photo by Meaghan Francis of a double rainbow over Noront Esker CampTwo Earth Sciences co-op students have won top prizes in a photo contest held by the Mining Industry Human Resources Council.Raja Yarra, a fourth-year student, won the Techno-Mine category for his picture of the St. Andrew Goldfields, Hislop Mine. Meaghan Francis, a third-year student, won in the Safety First! category for her picture of the Ontario Geological Survey at Pickle Lake. She also won in the Adventures in Mining category for her picture of a double rainbow over Noront Esker Camp.Yarra has completed two work placements at the Canadian Hydrographic Services and the St. Andrew Goldfields. He is also a varsity rower and treasurer of Brock’s Geology Club.Francis completed her first work placement last summer doing fieldwork for the Ontario Geological Survey. She also volunteered at a Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference earlier this year.• View all the winners in the Mining Industry Human Resources Council contestPhoto by Raja Yarra at the St. Andrew GoldfieldsPhoto by Meaghan Francis at Pickle Lake