The movement advocating for the freedom of Jim Harbaugh is gaining momentum.
Jim Harbaugh finds himself confined to his hotel room for the second consecutive weekend while his Michigan Wolverines hit the field. This absence is part of a three-game suspension imposed by the Big Ten in the midst of the NCAA’s investigation into the Wolverines for alleged sign stealing.
Despite Harbaugh’s sidelined status, players on the Wolverines are rallying behind their head coach. Some donned “Michigan vs. Everyone” shirts, while others sported “Free Harbaugh” attire. Wolverines receiver Roman Wilson was spotted sporting the shirt ahead of the game.
Fox’s Bruce Feldman recently disclosed that the Big Ten possesses what he described as “damning evidence” against Michigan. According to Feldman, the Wolverines acquiesced to the suspension after Michigan’s leadership learned about this compelling evidence late Wednesday night.
This revelation follows ESPN’s Heather Dinich’s assertion that the story is far from concluded. She stated, “My understanding is that there’s mounting evidence against Michigan, and the Big Ten all along had evidence in regards to Michigan breaking the rule.”
Despite the potential troubles for Michigan, the players appear undeterred. They seem to be leveraging Harbaugh’s suspension as a source of motivation, employing a strategy reminiscent of Harbaugh’s own playbook.