6. Michigan (15-0)
Not many teams are experiencing as much change as Michigan in 2024 as JJ McCarthy is gone along with Blake Corum, Mike Sainristil, Michael Barrett, and the biggest fish of them all: Jim Harbaugh.
That's right, Harbaugh just accepted the Los Angeles Chargers head coaching job on Jan. 24 which means that the Wolverines will be looking for a new head coach for the first time since 2014 and that's not the most uncomfortable position to be in because fans remember how bad things were before he got there. The Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke years still haunt these fans.
But Michigan is coming off a national title and they should have enough talent to push for another Big Ten title in 2024 but I'm not quite sure the new head coach will pull off the kind of magic to win back-to-back national titles without McCarthy, Corum, and Sainristil.
Michigan has been on a heater in the Big Ten, but the guy who made that all possible (no, I'm not talking about Connor Stalions) is now gone.
The 2024 season will be interesting for Michigan, especially if Sherrone Moore takes over.