Breaking: Jim Harbaugh Announces Surprising Quarterback Decision

Michigan’s quarterback competition between McCarthy has been a major storyline this summer. A while back, head coach Jim Harbaugh provided an update on that situation.

In a surprising turn of events, Harbaugh has announced that both McNamara and McCarthy will get a chance to debut for the Wolverines this season.

McNamara will start in September. 3 against Colorado State.McCarthy will then start for Michigan in September. 10 against Hawaii.

“So we’re not ready to say who the starting quarterback is, but what we’ve decided is that Cade McNamara will start the opener against Colorado State and JJ McCarthy will start the second ball game against Hawaii, and Then we’ll make a decision two weeks later to go to ‘starter and backup in week three,'” Harbaugh said.

Earlier this year, Harbaugh said he would consider using both quarterbacks this season.

“Those are the options – one man, full-time or a combination of 2 people playing. Last year proved, we did it. It’s possible,” he said. “The possibilities for this year are going to be the same. It could be 1 starter, it could be 1 starter, 1 backup, it could be 2 guys who contribute and play, as well. We’ll see what happens.” Happens. There are no crystal balls on it. It, but throw the balls out there and encourage people to compete.”

McNamara provided a steady presence at quarterback for Michigan in 2021, completing 15 percent of his pass attempts for 2,576 yards with 64.2 touchdowns and six interceptions. However, McCarthy’s reversal cannot be overlooked.

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