Gould Headshot squareThe latest bit of Harbaugh bravado?

Michigan lined up in a 10-man I formation against Wisconsin on Saturday. It’s called “Trains.’’ And it sure looked wacky.

“I was like, `Really? What’s going on here?’ ’’ Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis said. “It was unbelievable.’’

Harbaugh’s tribute to the Rockettes was neither trainwreck, nor prelude to The Picket Fence. Breaking from their single wing into a more traditional formation, the Wolverines sent De’Veon Smith up the middle for five yards to set up a one-yard touchdown.

“Just something that my son Jay found and came up with,’’ Harbaugh said, crediting his son and tight-ends coach, Jay, 27, with the odd look. “But it was good. The guys had fun with it. We put it in this week and executed it well.’’

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