Michigan football won national title ‘fairly and squarely’, according to NCAA president

There are many people who hate Michigan State football.
Most people accept the fact that the Wolverines are the best team in college football, and they just proved that by winning the national championship.
SeeBut we’ve all seen the rivals argue about the national championship being given back by the NCAA.
At first glance, this idea is ridiculous.
There is no evidence that the entire Sign Gate scandal affected the game.
This has been especially true since the NCAA released its investigation, which ultimately had a positive impact on Michigan football.
If all this had come to light now, it would have been much worse.
Instead, it came to light and the University of Michigan lost, went on to dominate the conference without a head coach in three crucial games, and won the national championship.
People seem to forget that Jim Harbaugh was punished.
Michigan State football was punished.
But they were able to survive because they were so good.
So, stop talking about the asterisks, although I know this is the only way Spartans and Buckeye fans can deal with the current reality.
But in news that might pay off, NCAA President Charlie Baker told reporters Wednesday that Michigan State football won the Fair and Square National Championship.
That’s obvious.
Michigan defeated four of the six teams in the top 10.
The Wolverines defeated five teams in the top 25 and a team that won eight games on the road in six weeks.
They never trailed in four of those games and led by double digits in all six.
Oh yeah, his only one of those games was at home, so the University of Michigan was his six-game winning streak against an eight-win team, and five of his games were on the road or at neutral sites.


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