Jim Harbaugh’s Use Of Michigan Private Jet For Recruiting Reportedly Amounts To $10K/Day

Jim Harbaugh’s been recruiting at an extremely high level since becoming Michigan’s head coach last offseason. The Wolverines are paying for it, too.  According to a report by USA Today, Michigan spent nearly $10K/day during a 12-day stretch in early 2015 on a private jet Harbaugh used to travel the country recruiting.  From the report:  During a 12-day stretch in his first...
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Jim Harbaugh opens the troll gate for the SEC

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is a bit of a Twitter master with his ability to subtweet on the fly. He unloaded 140 characters or fewer on Wednesday in what can only be described as a silent retaliation against the SEC, which is attempting to go to the NCAA to shut down his spring break plans. Last week, Harbaugh mentioned his plan to take the Wolverines down to Florida for spring...
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SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey Responds To Jim Harbaugh’s “Whining” Subtweet

YouTube/Jim Harbaugh The war of words between Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh and the SEC continues. After Jim Harbaugh blatantly subtweeted about the SEC “whining” over his upcoming spring football team trip to IMG Academy, the conference’s commissioner Greg Sankey has responded. From AL.com: “I’m not going to reduce what is an important conversation to some childhood use...
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Video: Scott Van Pelt Hilariously Illustrates The Irony Of Jim Harbaugh’s “Whine” Tweet

Jim Harbaugh sent out a not-so-subtle tweet on Wednesday. The Michigan coach subtweeted the entire SEC with his “Does anyone find whining to be attractive?” comment.  Scott Van Pelt found the tweet to be somewhat ironic.  The SportsCenter anchor hilariously illustrated the irony of the tweet during his late-night show yesterday.  .@notthefakeSVP illustrates the irony of...
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Paul Finebaum calls Jim Harbaugh ‘the Donald Trump of college football’

Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh has ruffled a few feathers in SEC territory after announcing his team would head to Florida for a week of practices during the university’s annual spring break. The latest to be ruffled by Harbaugh planting his flag in the heart of SEC country? ESPN radio and television personality Paul Finebaum. According to For The Win, Finebaum likened...
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Did Jim Harbaugh subtweet the SEC for whining?

Jim Harbaugh has mastered the art of passive-aggressive subtweeting, and he seems to have given us another example of it on Wednesday. Harbaugh and Michigan intend to hold spring break practices in Bradenton, Florida. As you might imagine, this has not been met with enthusiasm from the SEC and its member schools, and the league asked the NCAA to prohibit spring practices during...
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Jim Harbaugh tweaks SEC with another offseason recruiting move

Welcome to a new annual Big Ten offseason tradition — Jim Harbaugh tweaking the SEC right in their own backyard. Last season it was satellite camps in SEC country and this year it is apparently Michigan spring football going on spring break. According to a CBS Sports report, Harbaugh is set to move Michigan’s spring practice to Florida during the same week as the University of...
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SEC begins crying foul over Jim Harbaugh’s spring break plans at Michigan

Another college football offseason means another year of SEC coaches crying about what Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has planned. Upon hearing word that Harbaugh intends to bring Michigan’s spring football practices down to Florida for a week over Michigan’s spring break, the SEC is looking for a way to close the borders to the Wolverines. According to Dennis Dodd of CBSSports...
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SEC targets spring break practices in response to Harbaugh's notion

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Southeastern Conference is asking for a rule preventing football teams from holding practices during spring break.The move comes nearly a week after Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said on national signing day that the Wolverines would practice in Florida over spring break, which starts Feb. 27.SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey said Tuesday that he asked the new NCAA...
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Brady, Jeter to attend Harbaugh's signing day party

The list of stars continues to grow for Jim Harbaugh’s National Signing Day party at Michigan Wednesday.  As Harbaugh brings in his first class as the head football coach of the Wolverines, the “Signing of the Stars” event will be streamed live on The Players’ Tribune’s website from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. If Harbaugh hasn’t already changed the recruiting game, this is certainly...
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