alternate headline: man does job
JH is ignoring the SEC and relaxing at the Pebble Beach pro am this weekend. He was seen on Wed high fiving Bill Murray and Mark Wahlberg on the 7th hole at Pebble. He starts his official round today on 1st tee of Spyglass at 10:01am PT, 1:01 pm ET. Sarah is his caddy.
USA Today Article on JH at Pebble
TV coverage links:
free coverage of 15th and 17th at Pebble and free trial of pga golf channel 3-6pm
(I do not think the above channels will show Harbaugh at Spyglass)
Harbaugh will be at Pebble on Sat (and possibly Sun), when CBS coverage takes over 3-6pm ET.
The writer thinks Swann's argument is ridiculous. I agree with the writer.
First time posting, so sorry for any formatting issues, or if Kornheiser is banned from this site. (I did a search, and the last post I could find about him in particular was from Feb 2010).
I personally think that Kornheiser and Wilbon are somewhat intelligent guys who are forced to know a little about a lot(Wilbon thinks that Michigan football is the only sports team that has practice/games over spring break) and say a lot of things that they don't truly believe sometimes to drive conversation. However, I thought this was interesting for one main reason:
ESPN controls a lot of the narrative that goes out about players, coaches, schools, programs, etc... The fact that Kornheiser and Wilbon both say that the SEC is trying to get a rule changed by the NCAA because they are SCARED, on one of the most popular shows on the SEC loving ESPN nonetheless, has to be huge for public opinion on the spring practices at IMG and HARBAUGH, of course.
For those who don't want to watch the two minute video, here is a quote that sums it up:
Kornheiser: "Everybody in college football is afraid of Jim Harbaugh because Jim Harbaugh is loud about this."
Wilbon's Response: "I agree."
I looked in vain to see if I could find this posted somewhere, and it surely is but damn if I could find it. Anyway it's Denard so double-posts don't count, because obviously.
Free Rivals article (LINK HERE) with video of Denard's post-SOTS comments (embedded below). Among the highlights:
On the SOTS stage:
"It was crazy," he said. [Ed.-not referring to subs] "During the pre-trial runs, the whole thing, it was different - like, 'how is this supposed to go?' When you see it you're like, 'this is comfortable ... a great idea.' It was almost like draft day. You had guys announcing, breaking down highlights, Todd McShay breaking you down just like the draft - and coming to Michigan is like being drafted.
On Harbaugh (Rivals selectively edited out the bolded bit in the article):
He brings that enthusiasm, he brings that flair [Ed.-see what he did there?] that you need as a head coach, and as a coach, period. He brings that... awkwardness, sometimes. But he's got that winning mentality and he's going to do what he do to get there.