May 28th, 2017 at 8:25 AM ^

It seems reasonable. After all the people Harbaugh has known through his profession over the last few decades, it's the guy who rushed for less than 10 yards for the one season he played for Harbaugh five years ago who knows the secret that will finally do him in.


May 28th, 2017 at 3:46 AM ^

Even though this is a laughable situation, there are some problems here.

- Any allegations that Jacobs brings forward can hurt recruiting even if they're not true.

- Why. The. Fuck. is this getting as much - or more - attention as, say, massive issues in East Lansing?

- Is Brandon Jacobs ok? He's saying things that don't make sense. There isn't even any internal consistency with whatever narrative he's concocting. I'm a little concerned for his health...

Robbie Moore

May 28th, 2017 at 8:36 AM ^

...taking this seriously? Some meh running back from years back drops a few tweets and suddenly recruiting is at risk? Ah...no. And this little 48 hour Twitter kerfuffle does not compare to the months long cloud hanging over East Lansing.

Take a few deep breaths and r..e..l..a..x.


May 28th, 2017 at 10:13 AM ^

And most of them need a refresher on who he is.

And the only reason this is getting more publicity than Sparty's issues (which I don't believe) is because the media is still going with "unnamed players".  Once the names are officially out there, Jacobs will return to forgotten man status.

Picktown GoBlue

May 29th, 2017 at 12:40 AM ^

the cousins with the Lobster Rolls on that episode seemed like a better deal.  PRO-NRG flamed out and has been sued by both the co-founder (thrown out) and Walgreens (for breach of contract, can't find what happened with it).  Website hasn't been updated since 2013, nothing has been tweeted since 2014, product is no longer available.  And all of Jacobs' pitching of this and going on Shark Tank was while he was sitting out injured with the 49'ers.


May 27th, 2017 at 11:46 PM ^

"Stop the super bowl talk." Am I missing something? What super bowl talk are we referring to? Is he suggesting that Harbaugh didn't make it to the super bowl? Or that it wasn't a big deal?


May 28th, 2017 at 1:14 AM ^

Jacobs makes this claim like there's no evidence that Harbaugh is a great coach. Harbaugh's track record is amazing. Wins everywhere, turns teams into winners. Recruits well. Creative style of play. Gets the best coaches. So his claim that Harbaugh isn't a good coach is really a non-starter.

Frank Chuck

May 27th, 2017 at 11:48 PM ^

..."decapitating" the Patriots dynasty after Super Bowl 46, then consider me reassured.

The Patriots/Brady/Belichick have won 2 more Superbowls since that comment.

/NY Giants fan.

1 percent

May 27th, 2017 at 11:49 PM ^

If there is one thing you can take to the bank it's a bad review from a jilted ex. ..... Money, money would be another thing you could take to a bank.


May 28th, 2017 at 6:35 AM ^

You must just be trying to be funny? Or are you ignorant? Or both? What a shitty thing to write considering how absolutely terrible that shit is and the tragedy it has caused to not only those who have had it, but the families that have been affected by it. The suicides and the blind rage it's caused, resulting in murders of wives and children in at least one case that I'm aware of. Jacobs is a douche and has no credibility. Enough said.

CTE jokes though? Seriously? You're a fucking loser or ignorant to the seriousness of that disease. There is no in between.


May 28th, 2017 at 12:13 AM ^

1. Frank Gore said Harbaugh was his best coach in the NFL. Ill take Gores opinion over Jacobs any day of the year

2. Why is Jacobs doing this all of a sudden? I find this timing very suspicous. Is he being paid by one of Harbaughs enemies to try to disrupt Michigans recruiting or is he just trying to gain some publicity for himself?