Another uneventful week for Jim Harbaugh:
@ He went to the Cubs game in Chicago on Sunday with his mitt and his dad. Wearing his Cubs gear—he threw out a first pitch at Wrigley last summer with his mitt and his spikes—Harbaugh saw the Cubs, facing elimination in the World Series, break their two-game losing streak and win Game 5.
Too bad the Cubs can’t bring him along to Cleveland as a good-luck charm. Or maybe they can.
@ Harbaugh’s many strengths do not include spelling.
After Michigan had defeated struggling Michigan State by a surprisingly narrow 32-23, he said, “Any time you lose, it’s the agony of defeat. Any time you win, it’s the great thrill of victory, and the wonderful feeling of winning. That’s just a fact of business. Fact. F-A-C-K. Fact.’’
He quickly corrected himself.
“What did I say? F-A-C-T. Correction! I stand corrected. F-A-C-T.’’
It could have been worse.
He could have screwed up the vowel.
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