No. 19 Michigan prepares for tough test against No. 14 Iowa

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines have a chance to change the conversation.
The Wolverines were humiliated at Wisconsin, giving up five touchdowns before scoring late in the lopsided game. Michigan bounced back with a feel-good win over Rutgers, but beating a team struggling so much it fired its coach isn’t going to make anyone forget what happened against the Badgers.
If Harbaugh can help the 19th-ranked Wolverines beat No. 14 Iowa on Saturday at home, however, it would be a sign that perhaps all is not lost for them this season.

“It’s just another test to show who we are,” running back Tru Wilson said Monday. “They’re all must-wins at this point.”
To reach the team’s lofty goals, and at least some preseason predictions, that is probably true.
Michigan (3-1, 1-1 Big Ten) started the season with what seemed like a legitimate shot t

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