For those who read r/cfb or reddit in general...

Submitted by SBo on November 7th, 2016 at 11:46 PM

I'm not sure how well this will be received, but a user named u/gobluelarkin has started a subreddit called r/Harbaughisms. Let's try to get it as active as possible, it's supposed to be a haven for all of the great Harbaugh quotes and activities that make us appreciate him so much. I, for one, would really love for this to be a legitimate subreddit, and I assume most of you would to. Go Blue!



November 8th, 2016 at 8:58 AM ^

True. It is 90% of the time a great place for open-minded discussion between teams. But there can be instances of fanbases getting way too confident. Even Michigan users are guilty of this. Sometimes even a hint of sarcasm from a rival will be taken too seriously and downvoted to hell.

Also, check out the /r/CFB Twitter account, minute-to-minute video updates on Saturdays with a good blend of humor. Great account!


November 8th, 2016 at 9:09 AM ^

The r/cfb subreddit is a great place to converse about the sport in general. Whenever there are poll discussions here it becomes extremely apparent that many posters only watch the Michigan games.

You also never have to sift through a bunch of 'wut', 'ib4d', and 'jenniferlawrence.gif' in the subreddit, cause that shit would get buried immediately.

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November 8th, 2016 at 8:46 AM ^

r/CFB is one of the best destinations on the Internet. Huge community, intelligent posts and overwhelmingly civil conversations. It's the anti-MLive. Of course, once you start visiting there you realize that 1 of 10 board posts here are simply taken from r/CFB. It's a guarantee anything Harbaugh or Michigan related you see there will be posted here in 12 to 24 hours.

Also, as many users here have pointed out, Reddit has a 1999 feel to it (doesn't bother me but apparently a few MGoBloggers have their panties in a bundle over it). I'd recommend using an app on a mobile device.

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