ChiefLB

December 6th, 2016 at 10:55 PM ^

Yes, this is the correct clip.  And I also want to comment on a post I saw a few weeks ago from someone stating that Harbaugh couldn't run -- not true.  I remember him being nimble in the pocket and doing this sideline to sideline scramble all the time.  Elway was the king of it but JH did it pretty well too.  JH also ran the option and rushed for 12 TDs at UM.  So I'm not claiming him to be Denard but for any youngster who thinks JH was strictly a drop back passer, you sir stand corrected.

The Barwis Effect

December 7th, 2016 at 12:26 AM ^

Yep, Harbaugh was a great all-around athlete and could have probably been a decent runner -- maybe not quite in the mold of a Ricky Leach, but darn good.. He was blessed, however, with the strongest, most accurate passing arm Michigan had ever seen up until that point, so Bo didn't call on him to use his feet very often.

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1percenter

December 7th, 2016 at 12:33 PM ^

Reading all the in depth educated analysis leads me to conclude most of you have never played football on any level. You sit aroutnd and sudy metrics and shout "were number one"....joke.

Now a little background on me, I played high school ball on the same team as Michael Westbrook, yes the hail Mary Westbrook. If I was 2 inches taller and black I would have been a he'll of a quterback because I could wing a ball. I still can. However, I was a he'll of a saftey, fast and knocked the shit out of pe

1percenter

December 7th, 2016 at 12:40 PM ^

I mold my game after Harbaugh, for a quterback he was cocky, tough, and backed it up. Something you will never be able to do douchebag. I became a lifelong Wolverine fan because of the guranteed victory game.

Sorry if I don't agree with a scramble that went for a loss. Just about all high school kids achieve that. Now go study some metrics and put on your #1 foam finger.