I respect that you have the balls to come on here and post your view.
Taking my absolute hatred (the sports kind) for your team out of the equation, and putting on my CFB fan hat, TTUN is probably looking better than I thought they would at this point, although I fully expected Harbaugh to get that program on solid footing at some point this year.
A few things that I think may cause TTUN problems as the season goes along:
Yes, there is some really good talent there. I really like to watch Peppers, among others. But there is not the depth they are going to need. Winning in Nov is going to require that key players are healthy. Normally you are missing 3 or 4 guys that time of the year. I'm not sure TTUN has the bench to "next man up" it.
TTUN is running the ball at 200 per, but aren't you a little disturbed by the number of negative running plays? I didn't count them vs. BYU, but there seemed to be a lot - indicating there are still some major breakdowns in the OL play. And your QB, of course, is a guy that is capable of great throws and decisions, and then catastrophic ones. At some point this B1G season, he is going to have to make a great throw at a crucial time. Do you trust this guy to do it? I wouldn't.
JH has been accused of wearing on his players over the course of a season. They needed to be pushed, but there is some evidence to suggest that some of his players in the past have hated his guts by the end of a season. I want to see them face some real adversity and see if they bounce back.
Long-term JH's weirdness has to wear on fans, media, and administration. Those crazy eyes with the gaping mouth is some really odd behavior. Everyone will overlook it if the wins are piling up, but when things don't go well, I suspect his act will grow tired very quickly. It seems people can only tolerate him for 3 or 4 years. I would never be a fan of the blue team, but if I were, I would be very concerned about the long-term sustainability of any success that is created in the short-term. FWIW.