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Michigan Football: Should Harbaugh have to defend satellite camps?

It seems that almost every week Jim Harbaugh is making some form of headline no matter what the topic. Harbaugh managed to land himself in the headlines again this week as he publicly defended his decision to travel the nation visiting various satellite camps. While Michigan Football is not the only program doing this, Penn State, Notre Dame and even Ohio State also take part, they...
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Jim Harbaugh compares his driving to Jeff Gordon's

Jim Harbaugh is a confident man. The 51-year-old Michigan coach is also a frequent user of Twitter. That’s a good combination.  Today, Harbaugh is watching the Indy 500. He’s apparently pretty impressed with the one-handed driving ability of NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon, who’s driving the race’s pace car. Gordon makes it look easy, Harbaugh says.  Harbaugh does too, though...
Via College Spun
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Report: Jim Harbaugh Will Meet With Muslim Students Offended By “American Sniper” Tweet

Twitter/@FullofTwitt Last month, the University of Michigan became involved in a controversy related to American Sniper, the biopic about Chris Kyle, one of the most prolific snipers in American military history. The school’s decision to show the flick on campus was met by protests from students who felt Muslims and Middle Easterners were unfairly stereotyped and depicted in...
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan Football 2015 Recruiting Recap: Front 7

In this five-part breakdown (Secondary, Front seven, O-Line, Skill positions, Quarterback), we’ll dive into the short n’ sweetness that was Michigan’s 2015 recruiting class and try to examine (guess) how each player may fit into the grand scheme down the road. Shelton Johnson: Defensive end, Delray Beach, FL. 6’5, 220 lbs. 247 Composite ranking: Three star (88) 247 ranking...
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Jim Harbaugh On Beating Ohio State: “Asking Politely Isn’t Going To Get It Done”

Michigan leads the all-time series with rival Ohio State, but lately, it’s been all Buckeyes. In the 21st century (since 2001), OSU has won 12 of the 14 matchups between the two. Yet, despite the Buckeyes being the reigning national champions, Wolverines fans have hope moving forward – Jim Harbaugh is now the head coach in Ann Arbor.  Monday, Harbaugh, speaking at a Swing to...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh deems ‘Ann Arbor’s Aerial Assault’ camp a ‘QB Cage Match’

Jim Harbaugh is developing into something of a Twitter maestro since landing the head coaching job with the Michigan Wolverines, although ever since he landed in Ann Arbor he’s been a breath of fresh air on the college football landscape. His latest announcement via social media continues that trend. Harbaugh’s satellite camps have become the...Read More The post Jim Harbaugh...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Harbaugh's new QB camp may be wave of the future

Follow us on Twitter @TheStudentSect Ann Arbor’s Aerial Assault (A4 from here on out) sounds more like a vengeful female superhero video game than anything football related, but it might end up being the wave of the future in college recruiting if you have the opportunity to put something like that together. Consider it the modern “make fruit flavored beer” of the sport...
Via The Student Section
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh Announces Michigan Based QB Camp Featuring Colin Kaepernick

Unless you paid absolutely no attention to the drama that took place between the San Francisco 49ers and Jim Harbaugh prior to his departure in January, you know full well things weren’t great between the two sides. The same cannot be said about Harbaugh’s relationship with his former starting quarterback in San Francisco. Midway through the 2012 season Colin Kaepernick earned...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan reported four minor NCAA violations

On Monday, it was released that the Michigan Football self-reported four secondary (level III) NCAA violations. These violations included: donating an autographed helmet/jersey to a high school for which the proceeds were put towards the schools scholarship fund, allowing a recruit to sit in premium seating in Yost Arena during a hockey game, discussing an expected transfer with...
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Jim Harbaugh not happy Lou Holtz is out at ESPN

News emerged nearly three weeks ago that Lou Holtz and ESPN were parting ways after a decade together. Holtz was an integral part of ESPN’s College Football Final and a college football fixture due to his TV role and his head coaching stints at South Carolina, Notre Dame, Minnesota, Arkansas and elsewhere.  Forgive Jim Harbaugh if he didn’t know about Holtz’s departure from...
Via College Spun
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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