How is this not already posted yet. Gameday at Michigan.
Inspiring segment on Austin Hatch just a moment ago. Was neat to see J. Will pretty humbled and honored to meet him and sit with him for a few moments. Beilein was great as always!
Harbaugh has to make an appearance in a bit, right?!
Edited to make a better acronym.
And the guest speaker of Gameday tomorrow is.... Jim Harbaugh. Saw it on Michigan's snapchat. Don't know if anyone else heard the news
decent article "How Jim Harbaugh recruited Andrew Luck from Houston and what it could mean for Michigan's future in Texas"
nothing groundbreaking, just more insight into JMFH
(btw, excuse the osu stuff on the page, it being an ohio website and all)
This isn't as funny as the other impersonations, imo, because he doesn't have the voices as down as he does for Madden and Gruden, but the jokes are still pretty solid. Plus, Jim Harbaugh makes an appearance
Now that the coaching staff has been assembled, do we have, in terms of ability and experience, the potential to have the best coaching staff in college football? There's people on this board who know a lot about this. Could be an interesting discussion. From what I can tell: Who's got it better than us? Noooobody.
Also, what's the budget for the Michigan coaches and support staff? Since our final two hires, Mike Zordich and Jay Harbaugh, have relatively less experience than the other coaches, could it be that JH hit financial constraints and ran out of money? There was a recent post about the overall expenditures for coaching, and several teams had a relatively large payroll for their full coaching staff.
While I believe in academics first, with Harbaugh here we have an opportunity to compete for a national championship. How can we support JH, and give our football team every opportunity to make that happen?
Edit: Of course it's too early to know for sure, but we can make a reasonable, comparative evaluation based on our coaches experience and previous level of success. Also, what about the money? Anyone have information?
Botton line: Time will tell. Along with the knowledgeable people on this board, there's a lot of bitchiness and fear. Glad I don't have to live in their shoes.