ANN ARBOR, MI - DECEMBER 30: Jim Harbaugh speaks as he is introduced as the new Head Coach of the University of Michigan football team at the Junge Family Champions Center on December 30, 2014 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Jim Harbaugh responded to the notion that Michigan got "outhit" in a 37-point win

Scott Frost said a crazy thing on Saturday and Jim Harbaugh responded.

Scott Frost said a crazy thing on Saturday afternoon.

If you missed it, the head coach of Central Florida dropped this beauty in the wake of a 51-14 blowout loss to Michigan:

Naturally, Frost was unceremoniously blasted on the internet for what appears to be a ridiculous comment and, on Monday, Jim Harbaugh was asked to respond to what his previous opponent had to say.

He took the high road (h/t

"They hit well, that was a good, physical football team and I was impressed with the way they tackled, I was impressed with the way they played. I was very impressed with their speed. I agree, they played very well.

"(But) my view of it after the game and after watching the film was that we got the job done. We took care of business physically in the lines. I feel the same as I did after the game."

Saying that Michigan "took care of business" is an understatement, but Harbaugh went on to clarify his thoughts further (h/t

"You'll notice I didn't say we dominated," Harbaugh said. "But I thought we got the better of it. We got the better of it. Not by a huge margin. They have a very good football team, they're very well-coached. I was impressed with their aggression, their toughness and their speed.

"I wish them luck the rest of the way."

This is actually a very Harbaugh response, as he usually does not go over the top in disparaging an opponent, even when it is unquestionably warranted. It is pretty clear that he was fairly happy with Michigan's collective performance, but Harbaugh is a sportsman above all else, and he passed on the easy opportunity to win the punchline in this spot.