Jim Harbaugh’s daughter, Grace, took to social media this week to react to her dad being banned from the Michigan sidelines for the rest of 2023.
On Friday, word came down that as a result of Harbaugh’s link to the alleged spying operation orchestrated by Connor Stalions, he could no longer accompany his team to games this year.
Michigan immediately swooped in and filed legal action to get their coach back onto the field, but ultimately they couldn’t get a ruling on the matter fast enough. As a result, Sherrone Moore stepped in as interim head coach to lead the Wolverines past Penn State on Saturday.
Amid all the drama, Grace decided to take to social media with some words on what happened to her dad.
“Oftentimes I think we have an idea of who people are, before we even know them or understand thins fully,” she wrote.
“People know my dad to be incredible headstrong, stubborn and unapologetically himself. They’re not wrong.”
Grace didn’t stop there, though.
“But what people also don’t know is that he refers to his player as his own kids,” she continued.
“That he loves Michigan football more than anything in this world. And that in my 23 years of life, I’ve not once hear him complain; not when things get hard, not when I know he’s exhausted from pulling 18 hour days. And especially not when due process has failed.”
At this point, everything surrounding this situation is a matter of public record. Everyone knows who snitched on Michigan. Stalions already has another job offer. His mom is lashing out on social media.
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Everything is moving forward. Nature is healing.
This weekend the Wolverines earned a much-needed victory over Penn State.
Can Michigan keep winning while Harbaugh tries to get back on the sidelines before the season concludes? Time will tell.
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