Someone very close to John Harbaugh will get some assistance next March from the Ravens’ coaching staff.
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh will welcome his brother and the Ravens’ coaching staff to Ann Arbor, Mich. for a three-day coaching clinic (March 10-12). Eight prominent high school coaches will also be featured, in addition to two special guests yet to be named.
The get-together is being modestly called, “The Greatest Coaching Clinic of All Time.”http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/11/03/harbaugh-bros-bringing-baltimore-ravens-to-michigan-for-greatest-coaching-clinic-of-all-time/
It’s a win-win for the Harbaughs, who get to spend time together while running a coaching clinic that brings more attention to the Michigan program. Jim Harbaugh has quickly brought the Wolverines (6-2) back to national prominence in his first season as their head coach. Meanwhile, the 49ers (2-6) are floundering in their first season since Jim Harbaugh’s departure.
John Harbaugh always has his brother’s back, as he showed earlier this season, when he was on the Michigan sideline during the Wolverines’ victory over Maryland.http://www.csnmidatlantic.com/blog/maryland-talk/john-harbaugh-big-fan-maryland-except-saturday
As long as his brother is the head coach at Michigan, nobody needs to ask John Harbaugh which college team he roots hardest for.