Despite Michigan losing at least its last two games for the third consecutive season, Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh said he didn't anticipate making wholesale changes to his program or coaching staff.
The Wolverines started 10-1 this season, but fell to rival Ohio State 62-39 in their regular-season finale — the most points they'd ever allowed in the storied rivalry — and then lost to No. 10 Florida for the first time with a 41-15 loss in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Saturday.
"I think we're going to take what we have and reload a new season and tighten up and keep working to put it over the top," Harbaugh said.
The Wolverines are 38-14 in four seasons under Harbaugh, who is the third-highest paid coach in college football with an annual salary of about $7.5 million annually. Only Alabama's Nick Saban ($8.3 million) and Clemson's Dabo Swinney ($7.6 million) are paid more.