Harbaugh Comments today from Jamie and Stoney

Submitted by Indonacious on November 10th, 2016 at 8:51 AM

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney on Wilton Speight's communication: We ask Wilton in game what he likes when opp. presents itself. giving options

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney : We really trust Wilton. He's the one that's got to go out and execute... Happening more and more. Input good

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney on other potential transfers: I remember my own career... Like deja vu, what Wilton was saying. My sophomore yr

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney on Beathard: He's been a fantastic quarterback, playmaker, tough. athletic QB... great respect for Kirk Ferentz

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney: We're well aware we've lost 4 of 5 (to Iowa)... tough place to get a win

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney on Khalid Hill: Blocking very impressive, receiving has been eye-popping, catch on sideline terrific

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney: He's fast, more things we can do with Khalid Hill down the stretch. He's multi-talented

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney says team has been "locked in all week" really good practices

 

Harbaugh on @JamieandStoney work on tackling: "setting an edge keeping the edge, hit w a receiver screen (vs MD) address and resolve it"

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Rickett88

November 10th, 2016 at 8:59 AM ^

A competent coach can make.... and Harbaugh is so far above competent. Makes me excited for every weekend to see what the team is going to do next. 

Go Blue

LSAClassOf2000

November 10th, 2016 at 11:16 AM ^

Quick aside here - was anyone else momentarily floored to see Hoke wearing headphones during the Oregon-USC game? I know he took deserved heat for this for his entire time here, but I found that he would choose the middle of this season - as the Ducks were again being pan-seared and served with in-season vegetables - to suddenly have the revelation, a revelation I assumed he was forced to have. 

Mr. Yost

November 10th, 2016 at 7:11 PM ^

Last week he said it was our best week of practice. Unlike the former Coach, it seemed to mean something because that was a dominating performance.

I keep finding reasong to be a little nervous about Saturday, but hearing that we're sharp in practice eases all of that.

Last year I would've just rolled my eyes and hit that Jennifer Lawrence .gif

Rabbit21

November 10th, 2016 at 9:41 AM ^

Maybe but I doubt he does it until he's graduated. My guess is he busts his butt next year to graduate and then grad transfers somewhere with two years of eligibility remaining. As far as his outlook for next year, I wouldn't be surprised if the two fifth year seniors decide to seek greener pastures(although if they decide to stay and compete I will applaud that decision) with how well Speight is performing and McCaffrey will be a true freshman. There's got to be some playing time in there and is likely a better way to go than to transfer somewhere and lose a year of eligibility while sitting out a year.

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chomz14

November 10th, 2016 at 9:14 AM ^

speaking of Stoney and Jamie... I was all In favor of them getting rid of Bill and adding Samuelsson. But man Jamie is kind of a arrogant lame. Just got done with an Harbaugh to the NFL segment. Almost rather listen to Bill talk about 80's hair bands.

MGoBoz

November 10th, 2016 at 12:18 PM ^

Respectfully disagree. Bill was a jerk and knew next to nothing about sports. If you want a non-sports drive time show, don't work for the Ticket. Despite the NW love, I like Jamie a lot more than Bill. 

Harbaugh to the NFL was a report, not floated by them, that they kind of "have" to talk about. 

uminks

November 11th, 2016 at 4:19 AM ^

After all the seniors graduate but Harbaugh will have those young kids ready to go, and we get MSU and OSU at home, so we will have a chance at the B1G title and playoffs. Harbaugh will not be using youth as an excuse.

Blue in Yarmouth

November 10th, 2016 at 9:23 AM ^

It is so great to enjoy football, REALLY enjoy football, again. It had been so long since I really loved to watch college football. During the Hoke era I even found myself turning games off before they were over and that had never happened before, no matter the score. I feel like I did back when I was a teenager watching the games again. I can't wait for Saturday to come so I can watch my team take the field and know that no matter what, they will come out and be competitive at the very least. I can't explain my love for this team and specifically this coach. What a man!