John Niyo The Detroit News Published 11:38 PM EDT Aug 13, 2019 Ann Arbor — Jim Harbaugh had something he wanted to get off his chest Tuesday night when he met with the media for the first time since Michigan’s preseason camp kicked off. And when he was done with an animated rebuttal of Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell’s version of the months-long James Hudson transfer saga, Harbaugh sounded a bit like Forrest Gump. “That’s what I have to say about that,” he said, before folding his notes and leaving the podium. That’s hardly the only thing he had to say Tuesday, but it was the last thing. And Harbaugh was well aware it’s the thing that’ll create headlines. But with his integrity being questioned, he clearly wasn’t going to let it slide. “I believe in being forthright, honest and telling the truth,” the coach insisted. And to borrow another line from ol’ Forrest, you’ve got to put the past behind you before you can move on. Which is what Harbaugh planned to do Tuesday night, heading for more meetings and then an NCAA-mandated day off a week into a camp that is — and this will come as a shock… Read full this story
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