Bando Calrissian

October 31st, 2017 at 1:08 PM ^

This is great, but isn't it kind of depressing that Harbaugh grants about five minutes of boilerplate interviews for Inside Michigan Football, yet will put up an hour-long podcast covering some of the very same things he'd talk about there?

Makes me wish RR hadn't blown up the coach's show and set a precedent for everyone that followed.


October 31st, 2017 at 1:38 PM ^

I just view it as a different medium for a different time.

M Replay and Inside Michigan Football had their times when that was the best way to get the message out to the most people.  The Podcast format is more flexible and lets them do what they want to do.

I find myself marveling at who JT Rogan is and how good a dude he must be to have worked his way into the Harbaugh circle like he has.  It is obvious from the podcasts that the family loves him.


October 31st, 2017 at 1:59 PM ^

Honestly, the podcast seems more a Jack Harbaugh thing than a Jim thing. Jim drops by and talks mostly non-football stuff with his dad and lets his dad take the lead most weeks telling stories from his coaching career. This episode and the post Florida one were really the only ones where he talked about the game at any length.


October 31st, 2017 at 2:34 PM ^

I get that he's having fun doing all of this but I wasn't that into it with the first fefw episodes.  There wasn't a lot about the game recently played and to hear a lot of kid stories wasn't what I was looking for.

Its cool to hear a different side of him, but after a few I felt like it was enough and I got it.

A Real Toe Tapper

October 31st, 2017 at 2:48 PM ^

Listened to the first few, then unsubscribed.  Listening to Jack Harbaugh tell old stories is an ok shtick for a bit, but it isn't really a sustainable basis for an ongoing, interesting podcast.  


October 31st, 2017 at 6:03 PM ^

Am I the only one who found it a little weird that Jim watches Judge Judy on DVR every night and that Jack doesn't come to 4:00 PM practices because he doesn't want to miss Judge Judy?

It was also a little amusing that Judge Judy didn't seem to know as much about the Harbaughs as the Harbaughs know about Judge Judy, and that she confused Jim with John.