Updates: Jim Harbaugh postgame presser (Michigan at Wisconsin)

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Head coach Jim Harbaugh is set to meet with the media and WolverinesWire's Isaiah Hole is live at Camp Randall to bring updates as they come.

With 8:54 left in the first quarter, the Badgers scored the first touchdown of the game.

It isn't just the offense the needs to find that identity, though, as the defense allowed Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor to run all over the field, racking up 143 rush yards and two touchdowns in the first quarter alone.

U-M also finished the afternoon without converting any of its 10 third-down attempts, while allowing six tackles for loss and two sacks.

Meanwhile, the Wolverines (2-1) continued to be criticized for their inconsistent play through the first three games of the season.

"Ball security ... that first time we got down into the red zone - that kind of killed us", redshirt junior tight end Nick Eubanks admitted in the postgame. Burrell and safety John Torchio each had an interception. "When I get home, I'm going to say some different things, but right now, I am sick about how MI football looks".

Michigan's offensive woes led the team to make a change at the quarterback position.

"To be able to run the ball, to be able to throw the ball both equally effective and efficiently", he explained. "We just gotta fight to get out of this position we're in and we'll do it". The former transfer from MS had nine carries for 90 yards and a touchdown, including a career-high 81-yard run, in a 38-13 win over Wisconsin last season.



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