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Jim Harbaugh

Category Jim Harbaugh

Post Later Today on the Fractures Within the Michigan Football Family.

I’m working on a post that will provide some background on the fractures in the Michigan football family.  Everybody is involved including new AD David Brandon and former Head Coach Lloyd Carr.  Check out the site around 1 p.m. Eastern time today for the backstory on the drama in Ann Arbor and how it could effect the head Coaching position in Ann Arbor.

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Rosenberg Has Conflicting Reports About Harbaugh in This Mornings Free Press

I woke up this morning at 3:00 a.m. and read a tweet from Michael Rosenberg that said “Harbaugh unlikely to accept Michigan job.”  I let it process a bit and then wandered over to Freep.com for details.  When I arrived I found two conflicting reports from Rosey.

The article that coincided with with the tweet was time stamped Jan. 3, 2011 @ 3:54.  Uh, that was yesterday, not today.  Must be a mistake on the date.

There was also another column from this AM that said January 4th, 2011 where Rosenberg stated, “My gut tells me he ends up in Ann Arbor, but I don’t know.”

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I’m hoping for some clarification out of Mike today but I think all this shows is that noboy really knows where Harbaugh is going but Harbaugh.

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Rich Rod’s speech at the Michigan Football Bust

54630_michigan_rodriguez_footballLast night Rich Rodriguez gave an emotional speech at the Michigan Football Bust in Livonia.  It wasn’t your typical Head Coach speech, it was more like that of a person begging for his life.

Those in attendance said the speech was passionate, heartfelt and endearing, but his critics saw it as a lot more sinister.  They claim that Rodriguez knows his days in Ann Arbor are numbered and he is reaching out to the Michigan community to rally around him and his team in a show of unity.

His speech Thursday night came off as cheesy, there is no other way around it, any mention of Josh Groban or his music is laughable when it comes to the rough and tumble business of college football.  I wonder why those close to him didn’t stop him from delivering a speech heavy on Groban.

I like Rich Rod and I d...

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