As Jim Harbaugh’s rivalry record drops, Michigan’s offensive rankings sputter






Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh speaks during his postgame news conference after Michigan State’s 14-10 win on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, in Ann Arbor. Video by Nick Baumgardner/DFP

The numbers were bad before Saturday’s game.

They’re not much better now.

After putting together the lowest-scoring game of Jim Harbaugh’s tenure at Michigan during a 14-10 home loss to Michigan State, Michigan’s offensive season output continues to languish. 

The Wolverines now rank No. 84 nationally in total offense (385.8 yards), No. 102 in third down rate (34.2 percent), No. 84 in yards per rush (3.98), No. 115 in passing touchdowns (4), No. 93 in rushing touchdowns (6) and No. 101 in first downs per game (18.6). 

More: Michigan football’s problems aren’t new and don’t appear to be fading

“We’ll evaluate like we always do after every game,” Harbaugh said. “Always take a hard look. After every single

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