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JOHN HARBAUGH RUMORS

John Harbaugh addresses rumors of artificial crowd noise at Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts, is one of the loudest venues in the NFL. The fans themselves are rowdy, and it’s indoors. However, there is a rumor circulating that along with those two factors, the Colts pipe-in artificial crowd noise. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh spoke about the challenges of playing in Indy, which is where Baltimore will find...
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John Harbaugh thinks the Colts still pump noise into the stadium

Back in 2006, the Indianapolis Colts entered the playoffs with the number 1 overall seed. They would host, and lose to eventual Super Bowl champions the Pittsburgh Steelers. That game was played at the RCA Dome, a stadium that was known to get loud and be a huge beneficial factor for the Colts. Reports came later from ESPN’s Ed Werder and others that the Colts were pumping noise...
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Harbaugh to Michigan Tees Are Available (Photos)

Well Michigan fans aren’t letting up with their campaign for one of the Harbaugh brothers to leave their current NFL teams and coach at their school. A Detroit based T-shirt company, Alternative Hero, recently posted to their site the above shirt that will be available for only 5 days. So if you’re a fan trying to convince Jim or John Harbaugh of a change of heart… looks like...
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Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh Addresses Michigan Rumors, Wants Brady Hoke To Be Head Coach For ‘A Long Time’

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke’s future is in question. The squad is 2-3 this season, and Hoke’s hot seat is on fire, as people have openly called for him to lose his job. One of the names that has been thrown around as a possible replacement for Hoke is Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, who went to high school in Ann Arbor and whose father was an assistant under legendary...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens HC John Harbaugh trying to distance himself from Michigan job

If you’ve been living under a rock you may not have seen the University of Michigan’s football program is currently a dumpster fire. Brady Hoke’s in his fourth year at the school and his record’s gotten progressively worse. After a 30-14 loss at home to Minnesota on Saturday, the Wolverines fell to 2-3 (0-1) on the season and calls for Hoke’s job grew louder. That prompted...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: John Harbaugh not interested in Michigan job

Michigan is expected to have a head coaching vacancy within its football program in the near future, as the Wolverines are off to a terrible start this season and Brady Hoke has found himself in the middle of a controversy. There have been reports about Michigan having potential interest in both John and Jim Harbaugh, […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Michigan interested in John Harbaugh, not Jim Harbaugh

Gil Brandt of the NFL Network believes Michigan wants to hire John Harbaugh, not Jim Harbaugh. If Brady Hoke gets fired, don't be surprised if a Harbaugh is Michigan's replacement. John, not Jim. John graduated from HS in Ann Arbor. — Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) September 23, 2014 The question is, does John wants to leave Baltimore, where he’s already won a Super Bowl?...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh pretty much admitted he wanted to cut Ray Rice back in February

Following Sunday’s win over the Browns, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was asked if he wanted to cut Ray Rice back in February right after they found out what happened between him and his wife. “This is a football day, Jeff. This is definitely a football day. I’ll address that question tomorrow. I can tell you this — Kevin [Byrne, senior vice president of community and...
Via Pro Football Zone
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens deny Harbaugh wanted to cut Rice in February

The Ravens are denying a new report that there’s been dissension within their franchise for months over Ray Rice, as ESPN says coach John Harbaugh wanted to cut Rice in February, while the team says that’s not the case. According to the report from ESPN, Harbaugh was upset enough about the team’s off-field misconduct (including not only Rice’s arrest for assaulting his wife...
Via Pro Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh gets knocked around trying to celebrate with a heavy weight!

LeRoyMcConnell III All is well in Baltimore for at least one night as the Ravens beat their arch rivals Pittsburgh Steelers in a laugher 26-6. The nail in the coffin came thanks to Haloti Ngata’s interception. Everybody on the Ravens sidelines were quite jovial after the oskie especially Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who decided to do some […] Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss
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