1. Jim Harbaugh was born in Belton, Missouri on September 20, 1978, to parents Merle Feuerborn and Alta Feuerborn.
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2. Jim Harbaugh moved on to positions at Pittsburgh, Morehead State and Cincinnati.
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5. In 2002, Jim Harbaugh joined the Oakland Raiders staff as the quarterback's coach.
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11. Jim Harbaugh stirred some intra-conference controversy in March 2007, when he was quoted as saying rival USC head coach "Pete Carroll's only got one more year, though.
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15. Jim Harbaugh says Frank Gore is his favorite player he's ever coached.
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18. Jim Harbaugh was named the 20th coach in University of Michigan football history on Tuesday, Dec 30, 2014.
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19. Jim Harbaugh has coached a ton of elite-level players during his career in the NFL and college football, but one stands out above the rest, he says.
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20. Jim Harbaugh says Frank Gore is favorite player he has coached.
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21. Jim Harbaugh was proud of the fans at the Big House during the game versus Penn State.
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24. Jim Harbaugh thought Michael Jordan was a potential recruit when he called in 2015.
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25. Jim Harbaugh really had to dig deep for this hilarious 'compliment' of Rutgers.
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26. Jim Harbaugh thought a 2015 call from Michael Jordan was a recruit.
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28. On June 13, 2017, Jim Harbaugh spoke in Washington, DC in the Senate Building about the gap in access to justice for low-income earning Americans which was showcased in the 2017 LSC report, "The Justice Gap: Measuring the Unmet Civil Legal Needs of Low-Income Americans.
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34. Prior to the 2004 season, Jim Harbaugh was named head football coach at the University of San Diego.
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35. Jim Harbaugh signed with the Detroit Lions prior to the 2001 season, where he was expected to back up incumbent starter Charlie Batch.
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38. In an emotional moment, Jim Harbaugh presented Johnny Unitas with the game ball.
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39. In the final two drives of the game, Jim Harbaugh made crucial first-down conversion passes of a 28-yard pass to Jermaine Lewis and 10—and 11-yard passes to Michael Jackson.
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42. Jim Harbaugh passed for a career-high 3,121 yards with Chicago in 1991 and became the first Chicago quarterback since Vince Evans to start all 16 regular season games.
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48. Jim Harbaugh returned to the college ranks in 2004 as the head coach at the University of San Diego.
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49. Jim Harbaugh wants to see Michigan and Chris Webber find a healing point.
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52. On Monday, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh declined to name a backup.
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53. Jim Harbaugh not ready to name Michigan's backup QB vs Rutgers.
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57. Jim Harbaugh called a timeout before Penn State's fourth-and-short play late in the game.
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59. Jim Harbaugh has championed equal access to justice for Americans through his involvement with the Legal Services Corporation.
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62. Jim Harbaugh is a Roman Catholic who has done charity work in Piura, Peru.
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63. On December 30, 2014, Jim Harbaugh was introduced by the University of Michigan as the school's new head football coach.
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64. Jim Harbaugh left the 49ers as one of their most successful coaches in just four years, as well as becoming the first successful NFL coach to depart for a college team.
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65. In doing so, Jim Harbaugh became the first NFL head coach to have reached a conference championship game in each of his first three seasons.
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67. Jim Harbaugh was named the head football coach at Stanford University in December 2006, replacing Walt Harris.
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68. Jim Harbaugh was quarterback coach for the Oakland Raiders in 2002 and 2003 under Bill Callahan.
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70. In 1995, Jim Harbaugh achieved career highs in completion percentage, passer rating (100.7), and touchdown passes (17) and led Indianapolis to the AFC Championship Game.
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72. Jim Harbaugh caused controversy when he guaranteed a victory over Ohio State in 1986.
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77. In February 1982, Jim Harbaugh committed to play football for Bo Schembechler's Michigan Wolverines football team.
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