Brandon Jacobs vows to 'expose' Jim Harbaugh, get him fired

Brandon Jacobs seems to still be quite bitter about his time with the San Francisco 49ers under Jim Harbaugh. Days after he ripped into Harbaugh for having “no idea” about football, the former NFL running back tweeted a message saying Michigan will fire Harbaugh by the time Jacobs is done exposing him. Of course, perhaps this comment was sparked in part by Harbaugh’s response...
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22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Michigan Football: Things Jim Harbaugh Could Be Exposed For

With Brandon Jacobs making claims about getting Jim Harbaugh fired, here’s a list of totally real things the Michigan football coach could be exposed for. During his time with Michigan football, Jim Harbaugh has become rather famous for his Twitter spats in the offseason. Some of his best include a rebuttal to Tennessee head coach […] Michigan Football: Things Jim Harbaugh Could...
Via GBMWolverine
1 day ago

Lane Kiffin to host camps with Jim Harbaugh, top programs

The rules are tightening on the ability of Jim Harbaugh and other ambitious coaches to take part in satellite camps, but Lane Kiffin is clearing the way for Michigan and other top programs to be part of his in Florida.Kiffin’s Florida Atlantic program will hold their Owls Elite Camp on June 5. Coaches from Michigan, Oregon, Vandy, Illinois and Arkansas will be part of the camp...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh details last fight, Jim Schwartz confrontation

Jim Harbaugh this week delved into some issues from his past sure to delight devoted fans of the charismatic and quirky college football coach. So, in a way, it’s just another typical week for the Michigan Wolverines head football coach.Harbaugh made an appearance on a “Pardon My Take” podcast during which detailed his last fistfight and even addressed an infamous post-game...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 10 impact college football defenders in 2017

For as much focus is given to offensive stars, teams featuring elite college football defenders are often the ones winning big games.This is true at all levels of play, including the NFL. In fact, this past draft, there were 19 defensive players selected in Round 1 compared to 13 on the offensive side of the ball. With that in mind, we’ll be taking a look at the most dominant...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh delivers a calf before he delivers Big Ten championship

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is having himself quite the eventful offseason, which is pretty par for the course. For any other coach, delivering a calf while taking a tour of a farm would be quite out of the ordinary, but with Harbaugh, we have come to expect the unexpected. Harbaugh and his family took a tour of Fair Oaks Farm in Indiana on Monday morning so he could see up...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh helped deliver a baby calf during farm tour

Jim Harbaugh is the most interesting man in college football. The Michigan Wolverines head coach is always doing something interesting, even when he isn’t doing anything even remotely involved with college football.This was the case during a tour of Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana. While he was visiting, Harbaugh helped deliver a baby calf into the world. Notice the firm grip coach...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Tulane backs out of football camp with Jim Harbaugh to team up with LSU instead

Rather than welcome the opportunity to work a football camp with Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan football program, Tulane is choosing to feed off of a state’s top program instead. Tulane announced it will host a football camp and welcome the staff from LSU in June, a week after it was originally scheduled to welcome Harbaugh and company to New Orleans.That’s right folks, it’s...
Via The Comeback
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh wants to take Michigan to South Africa or Brazil next

Jim Harbaugh has taken his Michigan Wolverines to Europe for a team building and culturally enriching trip. The experience has been so positive that he would like to do something similar next year.Harbaugh, whose team is in Rome, told MLive.com’s Nick Baumgardner that he wants to go to South Africa or Brazil next year.“We’ll get together as a team and decide, but I’d really...
Via Larry Brown Sports
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh gives Michigan helmet, Jordans to Pope Francis

Jim Harbaugh is currently leading the Michigan Wolverines football program through a tour of Rome. The highlight of the trip — at least for Harbaugh — has to be the opportunity to meet Pope Francis.And the Wolverines made sure to leave something behind for Pope Francis to remember the day, as Harbaugh personally presented the Pope with a Wolverines helmet during Wednesday's visit...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
April 26, 2017  |  Discuss

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