Jim Harbaugh Attends Protest Against The Big 10, Says Michigan Is “Ready To Play’

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Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has had enough of the Big 10’s garbage.

According to ESPN, Harbaugh attended a Saturday protest against the league’s decision to cancel the football season during the coronavirus pandemic. Players and their parents also joined the protest. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Furthermore, Harbaugh made it clear they’re ready to roll immediately. In a Twitter video posted by Angelique Chengelis, Harbaugh said the Wolverines are “ready to play” and could play a game in “two weeks.”

You can listen to his full comments below.

I’d like to say this situation couldn’t possibly get worse for Cowardly Kevin and the Big 10, but we all know it will get worse.

Ever since the August 11th decision to cancel football, the conference has been in open revolt against the league’s leadership.

Now, Jim Harbaugh has attended a protest that’s directly spitting in the face of the B1G, and I love it. Inject this right into my veins.

I might hate the Wolverines when we’re on the field battling it out, but I’m 100% riding with Harbaugh and company in the fight against the moronic leaders running the B1G into the ground.

You best believe that much.

Keep up the fight, gentlemen! This situation is far from over. I can promise you that much!