Ever since the NCAA lifted their ban on satellite camps, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has taken advantage of it with his team. They have been all over the country and he has been wearing a jersey that would be recognizable by many of the local city’s fans.
On Monday, the Wolverines were in Baltimore for a camp and Harbaugh started off the day by wearing the jersey of legendary Baltimore Oriole, Cal Ripken Jr. It wasn’t long before he changed into Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’s jersey, which is funny since his brother, John Harbaugh, coaches the team.
The summer has barely even started and Jim Harbaugh has already worn jerseys of legends like Hank Aaron and Allen Iverson. He will likely continue to honor each city’s sports legends.
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