I got a email this morning from a Big Ten opponent of Michigan's stating that they, "I don't care what Coach Harbaugh likes". Tossing this legendary football coaches opinion under the bus is borderline disrespectful to the game of football in it's entirety. Having played for Bo Schembechler, Coach Harbaugh was coached at an extremely high level and it started from a very young age with his father Jack Harbaugh, who also coached football at Michigan and Stanford. Jim Harbaugh was fortunate enough to start for three years for the prestigious Michigan University and finished 3rd in Heisman balloting, after leading the Wolverines to the granddaddy of them all, The Rose Bowl. Coach Harbaugh then was a FIRST ROUND Draft pick by the Chicago Bears in 1987 and played 14 seasons, even being named "comeback player of the year" in 1995, along with making the pro bowl roster and leading the Colts to the AFC Championship game. Searching Coach Harbaugh, I found a article that stated a former 3rd round NFL draft pick SAFETY and special teams player was a much better QB coach than Coach Harbaugh. I heavily beg to differ, as far as next level QB's are concerned, as the option game is relevant in college football in most schemes, but the art of throwing the rock ""over the top" has been mastered by only a few. That being said, Coach Harbaugh is by far the "QB Whisperer" of Big Ten football and I thank him for intuitively watching All-American Tanner Rickle perform in Cleveland, Ohio. Check out Tanner below!
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