STOP THE PRESSES - Video Featuring UMAA Head Coach Driving In A Car!

STOP THE PRESSES - Video Featuring UMAA Head Coach Driving In A Car!

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STOP THE PRESSES - Video Featuring UMAA Head Coach Driving In A Car!

UMAA’s J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Head Football Coach drives around in an automobile – and people are really excited about it.

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Our pals over at The Michigan Insider have published scintillating material that features UMAA’s J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Head Football Coach driving around in a car.

The concept is revolutionary in and of itself – the idea that manifests within the viewing experience shows Jim Harbaugh driving a car and answering questions that a person is asking him.

The questions are worthy of a 60 Minutes investigative probe.

While we find it neat to listen to Him talk about Ann Arbor, how he thinks “more is more,” and how he wants to die on the football field while coaching, we can’t help but notice that there are important questions that are not asked.

Such as:

  • When you’re driving in your Dodge Demon to, say, get your hair cut, do you stop and think about how your team has finished in 3rd place, 3rd place, and 4th place in the Big Ten East in your three years as the J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Head Football Coach?
  • When you are driving in your Dodge Demon to, for instance, the grocery store to stock up on goods and sundries for your family, do you really stop and think about the fact that the seasonal finishes referenced in the previous question are finishes within your DIVISION and not the larger Big Ten Conference, as a whole?
  • During this post game press conference that took place following the 2015 UMAA game against your non-rivals, the Michigan State Spartans, what did you mean when you said “calls that were made, calls that were not made,” “we played winning football,” and “we’re going to put steel in our spine?”

  • What was going through your mind when you decided to operate UMAA’s offensive strategy in this way as the game as being played in the middle of a monsoon?

  • What is your favorite part about this song and the music video?

SpartansWire has a reliable source that has been able to confirm (confidentially) that while Jim Harbaugh was filming this neat video program (can be seen below), Mark Dantonio was reviewing film of last year’s games, was working out in the Spartan weight room with the defense, was working with Brian Lewerke on his footwork, and was implementing a new series of blitz packages.

But, we want to extend our congratulations to UMAA and Jim Harbaugh for this neat video project.

It can be seen below within the nice article about it that was published by The Michigan Insider.

Enjoy, folks.

Harbaugh drives donuts in Michigan Stadium, opens up on career

ByZACH SHAW 
Even in a Dodge Demon, Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh was in typical form in the Suburban Collection’s “Suburban Drives Michigan” promotional video.

The pilot YouTube series, which lasts just over 20 minutes, follows Harbaugh and the show’s host as the two drive through Ann Arbor in the luxury car. Harbaugh reflects on Ann Arbor’s campus, visits his childhood home in Ann Arbor and tells the story of how he won a fight to get his stolen bike back when he was 10 years old, treks onto the Michigan Stadium turf (before it was replaced, to be sure) to spin donuts in the vehicle, wolfs down a burger from city staple Blimpy Burger and even sings heavy metal, country and polka version of the Wolverines’ fight song, “Hail to the Victors.”

Along the way, the former All-American quarterback at Michigan and 16-year NFL quarterback opens up about coaching in college versus the pros, what it’s like to coach a young team, how he wants to die as a coach “preferably on the field,” what he likes most about the state of Michigan and Ann Arbor and how he wants to add to his family’s eight children.

See the episode in the embedded video above.

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