“Today, delivering the eulogy is Jim Harbaugh.”

The decency barriers keep coming down.

Best of all, with unlimited texting, it’s easy to multitask at someone’s funeral!


Filed under Recruiting, The NCAA

19 responses to ““Today, delivering the eulogy is Jim Harbaugh.”

  1. Herschel Krustofski

    …and college football somehow manages to get even more disgusting.


  2. Cojones

    Where is Robin Williams and his Cadillac with a Michigan license plate when you really need him? I think there should be “Harold and Maude” designates to every funeral of recruit families. One could wear a Michigan hat and another an FU hat and stand side by side to designate who they really are.


  3. Cosmic Dawg

    Doesn’t the requirement that the recruit be already committed make this a bit nicer? Or is an NLI not binding?


  4. hassan

    Grief is nature’s most powerful aphrodisiac. HEY MOM! CAN WE GET SOME MEATLOAF! What is she doing back there? I never know what she’s doing. MOM! MEATLOAF!!!


  5. My wife does at lot of texting and FB stuff during funerals.


  6. Dog in Fla

    Plot: Jim Harbaugh stars as a tormented actor playing Nosferatu, head coach of Michigan, who runs away to small towns in Florida and Alabama to distract Greg Sankey from important business

    Jim teams up with people while delivering eulogies and other pep talks like commencement, putting out fires and directing Spring Break activities.
    Through a series of absurdist consequences, Jim eventually finds a form of redemption notwithstanding having a longstanding B1G nemesis who has many things forever remaining on his mind, Irwin


  7. When will the first coach kill a recruit’s relative to gain more access, and who do you think that coach will be?


  8. Greg

    “Can someone tell me what this ‘Designated Mourner’ support staff requisition is doing on my desk this morning?”


  9. paul

    Woody Hayes (if he was still around). If he’ll punch a kid on national TV he’ll do just about anything.


  10. rocksalt

    Son, have you considered having the funeral in Coral Gables? Your Mom would have wanted it that way.