ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh wants the pressure to win. In fact, he expects his team to want to win just as bad as he does. So naturally when you want to win, comes added expectations, which he says are "very high" as U-M enters this in his second year in the job.
Harbaugh: 'Expectations are very high'
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