How does Jim Harbaugh spend his Saturday during Michigan’s bye week? Just like anyone else, of course, with a day at the pool.
The Michigan Water Carnival was hosted by Michigan on Saturday at the Donald B. Canham Natatorium, and Harbaugh made an appearance to kick off the event. He did so by doing a cannonball into the pool, no less.
— Rick Bishop (@CoachRickBishop) September 30, 2017
In what can be considered typical Harbaugh fashion at this point, the Wolverines coach went ahead and cannonballed into the poll wearing his trademark khakis and polo. Although, his jackknife-cannonball form could also use some polishing as well.
This isn’t the first time Harbaugh has made it to the pool in 2017. He did so back in January in the name of recruiting, as he was visiting Oliver Martin. At the time, Martin was a 4-star wide receiver and the top-ranked player in the state of Iowa.
Martin, who was a member of the swim team at West Senior High School got a visit from Harbaugh, who donned a swim cap and goggles to meet Martin.
— Jim Russ (@JimRuss1) January 30, 2017
Eventually, Martin did commit to Michigan. He has yet to record his first catch for the Wolverines.
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