Jim Harbaugh is a football guy through and through, which left him in an unusual position to start the season. While serving a 3-game suspension, Harbaugh was not allowed to be in Michigan Stadium on gamedays.

In Week 4, Harbaugh returned to the sidelines as the Wolverines rolled to a 31-7 win over Rutgers. After the game, Harbaugh admitted he was given a lot of “welcome backs” but noted he never left, he was just “not where I was supposed to be.”

He also referenced being “on a milk carton,” along with defensive back duo Rod Moore and Will Johnson who were out for the first few weeks of the season. All 3 were back Saturday.


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Harbaugh went on to say he couldn’t think of a better place to be than in the locker room after a win:

“Just no better place to be than in the locker room after you win a game and everybody gets in there. You just think who can have it better than I do? Who can have it better than us? Get to coach these guys and these coaches,” said Harbaugh. “I was super happy, no doubt about it. I could tell, the coaches and the players were even happier than their coach.”