Jim Harbaugh To The Chicago Bears! Nonsense!

Personally I love seeing article from various websites, that are not credible, claiming Jim Harbaugh to the Chicago Bears “could happen.”

Michigan fans are use to this type of click bait, but it is necessary to point out why and how these articles are click bait and meaningless.

The most recent claim comes from a website called sportsmockey.com, I know, I know, what a name to use if you want to be taken seriously.   In the article entitled, “Why Jim Harbaugh Is A Serious Candidate To Coach The Bears In 2018,” the author lays out his case for Harbaugh jumping back to the NFL and it is laughable considering it regurgitates every tired narrative we’ve heard about Harbaugh since he left the Niners to join Michigan.

Check out this vague, unattributed passage.

This Jim Harbaugh Bears connection...

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Takeaways from the Michigan Spring Game

  1. Wilton Speight is the Starter and will be when the season starts. Many on social media a clamoring for sophomore Brandon Peters after his solid performance but really people, this is the spring game and the starting QB won’t be decided during the spring game.

Yes, Speight look bad at times, but he still has a whole season of experience under his belt and Jim Harbaugh is on record as saying he thinks Speight will be one of the top QB’s in America when the season starts.  I’m calling baloney on that prediction, but I do think Speight will be fine under center at Michigan as he learns Pep Hamilton’s new offense and gets acclimated to his young wide receiver crew...

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Michigan’s Most Indispensable Players In 2017

  1. Wilton Speight QB

The particulars: 6 feet 6, 243 pounds, junior.

The skinny: Harbaugh doesn’t return much on offense but Speight is his most important returning player.  Speight has been in Harbaugh’s system for three year and will be a returning starter, he’s expected to take it to the next level and it will be necessary if Michigan is going to make any noise in the Big Ten.

“I’ve lost 20 pounds since the Florida State game,” Speight said. “I wanted to get better, I wanted to do better than last year. That was one of the things coach (Jim Harbaugh) thought I should do and that’s what I did. I wanted more speed. I wanted to be quicker. I wanted to be healthier.

“I just went through a four-hour practice and I feel like I could do another one right now...

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