Mount St. Mary's hired a private equity CEO to be their president. You'll never guess what happened next.
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.
A move that we have all been expecting for a while, there hadn't been much said about the current status until now. This from the Miami Herald:
Multiple sources have told the Miami Herald on Tuesday that Flanagan coach Devin Bush is on the verge of joining the staff at Michigan where three of his Falcons -- son and linebacker Devin Bush Jr. and safeties Devin Gil and Josh Metellus -- have signed. Bush Jr. has already enrolled at Michigan for the spring semester.
Another interesting tidbit:
One source said an announcement is expected sometime next week. Both sources said defensive coordinator Stanford Samuels would become Flanagan's next head coach.
What do you do the day after the Super Bowl in San Francisco if you are Jim Harbaugh? Go to Willie Mays' house to hang out, of course.
The Michigan coach, who spent plenty of time in Northern California with the Niners and Stanford, checked in on the "Say Hey Kid" on Monday because Harbaugh is friends with every famous person on the planet, it seems.
Harbaugh does nothing halfway, so he showed up in a Mays jersey and snapped a picture with a bat in his hands. The best part of the pic isn't Harbaugh dressed up, it's the fact that Willie Mays is such a baller that he has a leather recliner with "Say Hey" stitched into the back of it, so you know whose chair that is.
Source: CBSSports.com, 2/8/2016, Robby Kalland
I think that this is the perfect mix of reverence and irreverence for our favorite coach.
He is turning us into a bipolar fanbase, and I both love him and hate him for it. But... I wouldn't have it any other way.
It was posted that he left the Gilman program and there was speculation about a position with M, hadn't heard him speak on it until now. Interesting read. Didn't know he also had a daughter on the crew team. Critical tidbit:
“Here we are with our last child in seventh grade and I really want to do the Michigan thing, but I don’t want to do it more than I want to do what’s best for my daughter," Poggi said. "That’s what we’re considering.
Since we're all hungry for news content, and the Board threads are going in circles with our differing opinions on recent recruiting decommitments, I decided to post a video compilation clipping together 1.5 hours of news clips on Harbaugh going from "he'll never leave the NFL" up to Utah. Thought it'd be a nice diversion from the negative recuriting drama (took a page from the re-post of Harbaugh's Runion Speech)
It may have been posted here before, but the YouTube only shows 4000 views, so I figure many here haven't seen it. Apologies if you're familiar with the video.
Regardless of how much of a UM junkie you are, bound to be some clips you haven't seen. Has Sam Webb, Cowherd awkward interview, Rich Eisen, Cutliff "turning down" UM, I-94 good samaritan resuce, etc.