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Jim Harbaugh Finishes Fourth For Student Government President

I know what you’re thinking, “student government President?” How? Well apparently many Michigan students have a phenomenal sense of humor and wrote Jim Harbaugh in on the write-in option of the CSG Presidential Election Ballot. He ended up finishing 4th with 115 votes (1.26% of the vote) which is quite impressive. Some more from the […] The post Jim Harbaugh Finishes Fourth...
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Jim Harbaugh finished fourth in student government election

Twitter/@FullofTwitt We already knew that Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh was going to create a lot of buzz in Ann Arbor after he signed on with the school this offseason. But Michigan fans have learned quickly that Harbaugh always seems to be in the spotlight – even when he’s not trying to be.  While Michigan students recently elected junior Cooper Charlton as their...
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Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh Finishes Fourth in Voting for Student Body President

University of Michigan’s head football coach Jim Harbaugh should feel flattered that due to student write-in votes for president, he came in with the fourth-highest amount of votes in the election. While Harbaugh obviously cannot actually serve as the student body president, it is pretty cool that he is admired so highly among the college’s students. Garnering 115 write-in votes...
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Michigan sent recruit Naseir Upshur’s girlfriend a letter

Hand-written letters are an effective way of recruiting high school players with a personal touch. A hand-written letter to a recruit’s girlfriend takes personalization to another level. Jay Harbaugh, Michigan tight ends coach and Jim Harbaugh’s son, recently sent a letter to four-star tight end recruit Naseir Upshur’s better half. Harbaugh said lots of nice...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh on Whether he’s Worth $5 Million a Year: “No”

New University of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is college educated. He spent many years in the state of Michigan, and he understands full well the socioeconomic climate in the state. When asked if he’s worth the $5 million that Michigan is paying him annually to be the school’s football coach, Harbaugh answered with an abrupt “no.” When asked to give it back, Harbaugh...
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Jim Harbaugh says he’s not worth the $5 million per year Michigan is paying him

Even Jim Harbaugh doesn’t think he deserves the $5 million per season that the Michigan Wolverines are paying him to resurrect the storied program. But that doesn’t mean he’s open to returning any of the money. After endless speculation that Harbaugh, despite his tremendous run of success, was on his way out of the San...Read More The post Jim Harbaugh says he’s not worth...
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Jim Harbaugh says he isn’t worth $5 million Back in December, Jim Harbaugh wasn’t just hired to be the head football coach at the University of Michigan.  He was hired to be the savior. At the time, there were rumors from a source at that Harbaugh would be making nearly $8 million annually.  When the contract was finally announced, the yearly salary was revealed to be $5 million.  But, incentives...
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Jim Harbaugh could bring back helmet stickers for Michigan

Michigan’s helmets will reportedly look a little bit different in 2015.  According to a report by’s Chris Balas, Jim Harbaugh is bringing back helmet stickers, as well as getting rid of the Wolverines’ “Legends” jerseys, which were worn under Brady Hoke. Michigan first wore helmet stickers in 1969 under Bo Schembechler and continued to do so until 1995, when...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Jim Harbaugh Gave A Pump-Up Speech To Michigan’s Gymnastics Team For The Big Ten Championships

Jim Harbaugh was hired to coach Michigan football, but apparently his services are available to the rest of the athletic department as well. The Wolverines’ basketball program may not be playing in the NCAA Tournament, but another team on campus has a big competition coming up. In preparation for the Big Ten Championships, Harbaugh gave a pump-up speech to the women’s gymnastics...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh takes creative recruiting to the next level

New Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is getting rather creative in his attempts to land four-star defensive tackle recruit Boss Tagaloa. Harbaugh, who really seems to be embracing social media the past few months, found a photo of Tagaloa asking his date to prom. Harbaugh then copied the format to ask Tagaloa to play for Michigan. You can’t make this stuff up. Prom with this...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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