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# 23.11.2017 - 03:58:38

It also has been three years, and newer objects of obsession -- Lane Kiffin, whatever is happening in Tennessee at the moment, the fight over Chip Kelly, etc. -- have emerged to entertain the college football-watching universe this fall. However, there is still something to learn from watching Harbaugh and his ability to adjust as the spotlight gets a little less bright.

On a recent episode of the family's weekly podcast, Jack Harbaugh, his dad, said he was proud of his son's restraint on the sidelines this season. Through 11 games, he has not yet been flagged for crossing onto the field of play or discussing a referee's decision with too much enthusiasm. He has yet to break what some, as Jack Harbaugh notes, around college football are calling
"the Jim Harbaugh rule" that was instituted this past offseason. The older Harbaugh said their brief exchange on the podcast is the only time they've actually talked about Jim's sideline demeanor, but he has witnessed some change.
"He became a story," the elder Harbaugh Womens Ubaldo Jimenez Jersey said. "I never sat down and talked with Womens Jeff Locke Jersey him about it, we never had a discussion about it, but I think in other discussions that we've had I think he believes wholeheartedly that the game is about the players. In those 60 minutes we focus on the players and as little attention as possible should go to the coaches and other objects of focus should be secondary."
Does any of that spill into his thinking on non-game days? His father doesn't think outside perception enters Jim's decision-making process. Those in Harbaugh's inner circle know that trying to pull him into a strategy session to revamp his public persona would be foolish and quickly nixed. His actions and reactions are genuine, not calculated and that has worked pretty well for him to date.
However, it's not a stretch to imagine that a man who regularly examines every facet of his football program in search of a competitive advantage has in some small ways considered how his own reputation impacts the bottom line of wins and losses.
The most consistent thing Harbaugh has done during his three years as Michigan's head coach is evolve. The way he recruits, the spring practice trips, the national signing day extravaganzas, the way he expresses his social views -- he's pushed boundaries on all of these things, evaluated the results and then tweaked them (usually for the better) for the next time around. In that way, he is not a stubborn man.
Will that same trend apply to the way he manages the grand stage of one of college football's most-watched football programs? Does it need to? Does he actually have any way to control any of it? One way or another, it's a safe bet that Harbaugh hasn't had his last lightning-rod, viral moment as the Wolverines coach. In the offseason ahead, though, it will be interesting to watch whether he's interesting or not.
We’re now one step closer to Shohei Ohtani coming to the major leagues after the MLB Players Association signed off on a new posting system that was agreed to by MLB and Nippon Professional Baseball.
Here’s what we need to know right now: For this offseason, last year’s posting rules will be in play, which means the Nippon Ham Fighters would receive the maximum posting fee of $20 million. Once posted, probably in the next two weeks, Ohtani is then eligible to negotiate with any team, but he is subject to the international bonus pool money available to each team. The Texas Rangers
and New York Yankees have the most money available -- $3.535 million for the Rangers and $3.5 million for the Yankees -- while 12 teams are limited to a maximum of $300,000 (including the Dodgers, Cubs, Astros, Cardinals, Nationals and Royals). The Twins ($3.245 million), Pirates ($2.266 million), Marlins ($1.74 million) and Mariners ($1.57 million) are the only other teams with more than $1 million to spend.
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