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Melanie Maxwell | The Ann Arbor News Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh was interviewed (sort of ) by ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowheard Wednesday.  And, it was terrible. It ended with Cowherd admonishing Harbaugh for not “giving” him “a ton to work with” during the interview and hanging up on him.  Harbaugh was pretty short and lax with his answers as though he had...
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Watch: Jim Harbaugh’s ‘clunker’ interview with Colin Cowherd on ESPN Radio

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh probably isn’t going to be invited back to Colin Cowherd’s ESPN Radio show anytime soon. The Michigan head coach was a guest on “The Herd” Wednesday morning, and what appeared to be a light, breezy interview quickly turned awkward. Harbaugh doesn’t do light and breezy, apparently. If you can’t listen to the clip, here’s a transcript...
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Jim Harbaugh joins Colin Cowherd for awkward interview

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh joined ESPN’s Colin Cowherd for what appeared to be an innocent interview on Wednesday morning, but it could not have gone much worse. Harbaugh, who isn’t exactly the easiest guy to deal with, seemed to be on the defensive the entire time. He provided very little insight and stonewalled Cowherd on...Read More
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ESPN’s Colin Cowherd Cut Off Interview With Jim Harbaugh Because The Coach Didn’t Want To Talk

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh was on The Herd with ESPN’s Colin Cowherd this morning, and things didn’t go so well. The interview, which was taped, was cut short by Cowherd after a few minutes because Harbaugh didn’t seem to be interested in saying too much.  Afterwards, Cowherd said he’s a Harbaugh fan but admitted the interview was a complete dud. Needless to say, reaction...
Via College Spun
2 days ago  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Jim Harbaugh Wears Custom Detroit-Michigan Hat to Throw Out First Pitch at Tigers Game

Jim Harbaugh has already succeeded in doing one thing for the Michigan Wolverines--he has brought back the buzz. For the last few years people have not been talking about Michigan as much, but ever since Harbaugh took over every time he does anything in public people tend to take notice. Sometimes it is because of something he does and sometimes it's because people expect him to...
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WATCH: Jim Harbaugh throws out first pitch at Tigers game

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh’s right arm enabled him to carve out a solid NFL career as a quarterback, but he was throwing a baseball at Comerica Park in Detroit tonight. Harbaugh was a guest of the Tigers and threw out the first pitch before the team’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.  .@CoachJim4UM threw out tonight’s first pitch! —...
Via College Spun
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Jim Harbaugh is recruiting a prospect he once babysat

Connor Murphy is a four-star defensive end out of Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep. He has offers from several Power 5 programs, including Michigan.  Murphy’s older brother Trent played for Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh at Stanford before being selected by the Washington Redskins in 2014 NFL Draft. That’s not the most interesting connection between Harbaugh and Connor Murphy...
Via College Spun
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Photo: Jim Harbaugh Is Officially A Licensed Driver, Voter In Michigan

Jim Harbaugh has yet to coach a game at the University of Michigan, but he’s already settling into life as a state resident. It looks like he plans on staying a while, as well. This afternoon, Harbaugh tweeted a picture of he and his wife outside of a Michigan Secretary of State office. It shows him with his brand new Michigan license plate, which goes along nicely with his new...
Via College Spun
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Jim Harbaugh once practiced in full pads with 49ers

Former San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was a vibrant personality in San Francisco. He will be missed by some, while others are happy to see him go. One story that has just come to light is from tight end Delanie Walker—now with the Tennessee Titans—describing how Harbaugh once dressed in full gear to practice with the team: “It didn’t surprise me one bit...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh fires back at satellite camp criticism

Jim Harbaugh, a firebrand and provocateur throughout his coaching career but perhaps even more so since landing back in the college ranks, has been on the receiving end of a fair share of criticism from his college football coaching colleagues for how he’s holding what are referred to as “satellite camps” all over the country....Read More The post Jim Harbaugh fires back at...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

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