It pains me to say this, but I agree with Jim Harbaugh's brother on this one. Who couldn't? He simply makes too much sense. I literally cannot comprehend how anyone can disagree with this statement?
Michigan had 0 positive tests in August. Those guys want to play and for anybody who wants to opt out, they can.
When is common sense going to start becoming common? I mean, who are these Kevin Warrens and university presidents and medical experts to tell these 18-22 young men what's good for them? If they want to play, let them play. If they don't want to play, they don't have to play. Easy as that.
Now I will say this: Hey Johnny, how come your brother is the head coach and the highest paid employee of the university, but his opinion doesn't matter? Quit talking tough on your Zoom calls and start calling your university President and your governor. It's not the public that you need to sway to agree with you. Literally 100% of the public wants to see the Big Ten play. Your president and your governor are two of the biggest roadblocks in this entire situation. Pick up the phone and get it done. If Ohio State (complete hypothetical) had this problem, Ryan Day would make two phone calls and it would be fixed. Michigan is holding us up. Do your job.
Anyways, for the first time in the history of the sport, it appears Ohio State and Michigan families are harmoniously going hand in hand with this one.
A beautiful sight to see. Two rival families coming together for the greater good of the human race. Who would've guessed that something John Harbaugh (brother of 0-5 vs Ohio State Jim Harbaugh) said would've brought the two together? I guess a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while. But yes, I concur that we should follow John Harbaugh's lead on this one and FREE THE BIG 10. Print the shirts. I mean, we're apparently on the 1 yard line. We're THIS CLOSE!!!!
Punch it in, Johnny!! Make the phone calls and punch it in!!!