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Rich Eisen had Coach Harbaugh on his show yesterday (via phone). Good interview and Rich Eisen is a Michigan alum/fan if you don't already know that (thanks jbibiza).
Great interview & covers a fair amount of ground. Nothing ground breaking but an enjoyable listen. Covers the Florida trip, Twitter, the SEC, Colin Kaepernick, the coaching clinic and other relevant stuff.
Video embed at the first post in this thread.
Our new coach is going to be on the Rich Eisen show in the upcoming hour. Rich just interviewed Charles on the show, both giddily making Dumb and Dumber references...man I am excited.
Unfortunately no further detail on when the interview will start...I will post a time if I hear anything.
EDIT: Ah, Rich said Harbaugh is in a meeting now but they will try to get him in the 2:00 hour. But Hutch and Desmond are calling in. Sorry for the false alarm.
It's as Rich says "Coronation Day"
Hackett came on instead of Harbaugh. Quick interview. It sounds like he has a couple more projects to work on after this before he and Schlissl discuss whether he will stay on as permanent AD. Said first time meeting with Harbaugh face to face was Monday.
Rich is literally singing the Victors right now. Really fun show.
This is just awesome. I can't get it to embed. Rich Eisen and Charles Woodson did a "Blue Know It" segment on the NFL Network this morning parodying the "U Know It" one by Michael Irvin and Warren Sapp.
Rich Eisen had Brady on his podcast for a good, long segment. Brady opened up a little more and shared a few stories, one of them a little physical altercation he had with John Harbaugh when they were coaching together at WMU under Jack.
Also of note, we've heard before but when asked about Jake Ryan, Brady said - "he'll be back by October."
Brady talks about his relationship with "Tommy" Brady, who will be coming back "to do some things" at Michigan at some point.
Brady likes Duck Dynasty.
Laura Hoke also doesn't wear red. The Hokes generally don't wear green either.
Definitely worth a listen.
Charles Woodson appeared on the Rich Eisen podcast this week. Pretty cool listen where Charles reflects on his NFL career. You can tell how much Rich loves Woodson in his post-interview exchange with his co-hosts.
Michigan related items: Rich reminisces about some various Michigan related memories like the 1997 National Championship season and how he experienced the Kordell Stewart Hail Mary. He talks to Charles about Tom Brady, the Tuck Rule play, Lloyd Carr, and even a "you can't have one without the other" mention. Charles also comments on Chris Webber and the end of his disassociation with Michigan.
And just because Rich jabs Peyton Manning for finishing 2nd in the Heisman: