Harbaugh works out in khakis. Just keeps them on he says.
Do your game day khakis differ from your going out to dinner khakis, or your lounge khakis?
No. Just pretty much the same one. That’s the best part about them. You can go anywhere and be dressed appropriately: game day, or church, or out to dinner. The movies. I can workout in my khakis. And do. They’re similar to sweatpants. Coaching, [they’re] great because they’ve got pockets to put your pens and scripts. Chewing gum. Et cetera.
So you’ll go running in those?
Yeah. If I work out, I stay with the khakis.
In addition to his love of khackis, he talks about his respect for Woody:
"I love Woody Hayes! If you really know me, you know Woody Hayes is in my top three of all-time coaches. I've read all of his books. I've gone a very long way to try to emulate Woody Hayes. I think he's one of the greatest of all-time."
From the police report, this sounds like an argument gone wrong.
This interview makes my Monday!
edit: jump to 29:30 if you want to skip Robert Mays' more general discussion of wide receivers and tight ends in the NFL (personally I skipped this beginning part)
Everyone knows about Endzone, EUTM and to a lesser extent Take This Job and Love It! , but I was looking for some Michigan related books on Amazon and found two new Harbaugh books. First one is out now called: The Turnaround Strategies of Jim Harbaugh: How the University of Michigan Head Football Coach Changes the Culture to Immediately Increase Performance (if anyone has read this book, plz give us a review) and the other is by Angelique and it comes out in September... Michigan Man: Jim Harbaugh and the Rebirth of Wolverines Football. That one is supposed to feature extensive interviews with Harbaugh.
Michigan urging Wilton Speight to think like a coach, telling Brandon Peters his time is coming. No mention of O'Korn/Malzone
Mlive discussion of QB competition: