Jim Harbaugh Now Has His Own Podcast And It’s About To Get Wild
In what is is sure to be both colorful and highly amusing, Jim Harbaugh recently announced he’s the latest voice in sports podcasting.
His weekly show, titled Attack Each Day, will air September 5th and feature the UMich head football coach’s take on his strategy, game rundowns, and hot takes on life.
It will also feature guest appearances from his brother and Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, his dad and lifelong football coach Jack Harbaugh, and other experts in the game.
I couldn’t be more pumped about this. Jim Harbaugh is the coach of all coaches. Not only is he in charge of the No. 8 football program in the country, he’s also probably the most entertaining guy in the game.
Harbaugh’s not some guy who sits quietly on the sidelines. So I’m not expecting his podcast to be any different. The name pretty much says it all. Attack Each Day? No doubt in my mind that’s exactly what he’ll do.
So in honor of all the future Harbaugh hot takes, here are some of his past iconic moments that may just make it to Attack Each Day:
A Judge Judy appearance. Harbaugh might just be her biggest fan:
A shout out from @JudgeJudy would make anyone’s day, thank you! The BEST! & Excellence are easy to spot, Judge Judy is it’s highest level.
— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) March 5, 2015
I urge President Obama to nominate to the Supreme Court the wise and competent, Judge Extraordinaire Judith Sheindlin.
— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) March 10, 2016
This was completely unmerited too. Harbaugh shouted Judge Judy out for renewing a presumably hefty contract for her show. True fan.
Jim’s also a man of the people. He’s been on record stating his favorite restaurant is Cracker Barrel. He even has a personalized chair from there. No doubt they’ll get a few shout outs on Attack Each Day:
Thanks to our friends @CrackerBarrel and the good people in Lebanon, Tennessee for the Great gifts! pic.twitter.com/Mn2EmWXJJT
— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) March 19, 2015
But Jim Harbaugh’s thoughts run deep. He’s given inspirational college lectures about “young, up-and-coming” philosophers:
Had a pretty cool guest speaker today in Jensen’s class. #GoBlue #GoMiners @CoachJim4UM pic.twitter.com/HUrxYPctHr
— Braden Harward (@bradenharward) December 2, 2016
Probably the best part of this is that little bow at the end to let everyone know the story’s over.
Really the only question left to ask is why he hasn’t gotten his own show already?