ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Before Michigan defeated Penn State 49-10 on Saturday, a group of U-M players' held their fist in the air during the national anthem in a sign of protest.
U-M's players are the latest group of athletes supporting NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's cause, who started this movement by sitting or kneeling during the national anthem to start the NFL season, claiming "racial injustice" due to multiple shootings involving police officers and people of African American decent.
After the game, U-M coach Jim Harbaugh addressed U-M's players protest with the media, his views on their protest and how he plans to handle it moving forward. Harbaugh said he supports the cause and doesn't plan on dictating how his players sho their support.
TMI's Josh Newkirk and Sam Webb react to Harbaugh's comments and more in the video posted above.