Harbaugh’s Michael Penix Jr. talks about why he’s “scared” ahead of Michigan-Washington game

Protecting certain Huskies players is top of mind for Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh as top-seeded Michigan (14-0) prepares for a national championship showdown with No.
2 Washington (14-0).
It is said that Heisman Trophy runner-up Michael Penix Jr.
‘s talent was on full display in the Huskies’ 37-31 victory over No.
3 Texas in the Sugar Bowl, completing 76.
3 percent of his passes for 430 yards and a touchdown.
Recorded 2 times.


Harbaugh praised the senior signal caller, who ranks third in the nation with 35 touchdown passes this season.
“He’s just a talent,” Harbaugh told reporters in Houston on Saturday.
“He doesn’t have a conscience when he throws one of these balls into the tightest of windows and trusts that he can get the ball in there and that his receiver will make a play.
” I mean, this is frighteningly good.
He’s good in the pocket, but he’s just as deadly out of the pocket.
It’s impressive.
Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr.
had 4,648 passing yards and 35 touchdowns this season, with only nine interceptions.
Harbaugh and the Wolverines’ defensive staff will be focused on containing Penix and the high-powered Washington offense, which averaged 37.
6 points per game this season.
However, the University of Michigan will have a lot of confidence as they allowed just 10.
2 points per game this season and led the nation in scoring defense.
The 2024 College Football Playoff National Championship Game will be held at NRG Stadium in Houston at 7:444 p.m.
Eastern time Monday.


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