With just six days until Michigan Football opens the 2016 season against Hawaii, Brad Galli sat down with Jim Harbaugh for the first Inside the Huddle.
Harbaugh discussed how he feels about being a favorite in the Big Ten.
"Now it becomes very irrelevant, because we're playing the game," Harbaugh said about the ratings.
He also said it's been an interesting camp because the quarterbacks came in so well, but he has yet to name a quarterback to the media.
"There will be, as there always is in the game of football, one quarterback who starts the game," Harbaugh said.
The coach also added that the quarterbacks in competition, Wilton Speight, John O'Korn and Shane Morris, all know their respective roles.
Harbaugh finished off the conversation with Galli by talking about the highlight of the offseason.
It wasn't the rap video, or even the satellite camps, but it was finding out his wife was pregnant.
"Doesn't get any better than that, I feel like I'm living the dream," he said about having his seventh child. "Four is better than three, five is better than four, six is better than five, seven is better than six."