ANN ARBOR, MI – SEPTEMBER 26: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines leads his team against the Brigham Young Cougars at Michigan Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Wolverines defeated the Cougars 31-0. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh didn’t hold back when discussing his team’s loss at Wisconsin this afternoon.The Wolverines’ head coach had a brutally honest admission following the blowout loss at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.“We were out-prepared, out-played, out-coached … the whole thing,” Harbaugh told reporters at his postgame press conference.Jim Harbaugh: ‘We were out-prepared, out-played, out-coached … the whole thing.’— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) September 21, 2019 Michigan came into the game against Wisconsin as a small underdog. The Wolverines trailed 28-0 at halftime and ended up losing, 35-14, in a game that wasn’t as close as the final score made it out to be.FOX analyst Urban Meyer reacted to Michigan’s loss on the postgame show.“There’s a problem here. You have to lift up the hood and see what’s wrong,” Meyer said of the Wolverines’ program.“You lift up that hood and you’re not going to like what you see.”This is Year 5 for Harbaugh and it was supposed to be the breakthrough year. Michigan was a popular Big Ten champion and College Football Playoff team pick heading into the 2019 season.Now, the question might be if Michigan is going to lose three or four games…or more.The remaining schedule is pretty brutal, with games remaining against Iowa, Notre Dame, Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan State, among others.Michigan should get into the win column next weekend, at least, as the Wolverines host Rutgers in Ann Arbor.
Last Friday, the Secretary-General wrote back to Prime Minister Hun Sen accepting his recent invitation to send a UN team to Phnom Penh, and offering to dispatch the delegation later this week or in the beginning of March, according to a UN spokesperson in New York.”The Secretary-General is now waiting for a reply from Prime Minister Hun Sen, informing him which of those dates would be most convenient for the Government of Cambodia,” spokesperson Hua Jiang told a press briefing.The General Assembly had asked the Secretary-General to report to it by 18 March on the progress of negotiations.Last month, a Cambodian delegation led by Senior Minister Sok An met with UN Legal Counsel Hans Corell in New York for a series of exploratory talks on the matter.