How will Jim Harbaugh navigate Michigan through a tough schedule? | KJM

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Paul Finebaum joins Keyshawn, JWill & Max to discuss Michigan’s matchup with Michigan State this weekend and how much is at stake for the Wolverines. Finebaum also talks Cincinnati’s chances at making the College Football Playoff and James Franklin’s future with the Penn State Nittany Lions, and if he would fit as the coach at LSU or USC.

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