The 2019 Big Ten Media Days are coming to a close.

It has been a fun, intriguing event as it is every year. Michigan and Jim Harbaugh took the stage on Friday — along with six other programs — and the headlines followed Harbaugh where he went.

Whether it was about Urban Meyer, potential overseas games in the future or anything Wolverine related, Michigan and Harbaugh always get talked about. Following the media days, though, Harbaugh did an interview on ESPNU Radio and claimed that players were faking mental health issues in order to transfer and then become eligible to play right away.

The extra kicker in all of this is that former Michigan player James Hudson transferred from the Wolverines to Cincinnati last December and he is one player in particular that is not eligible to play right away. Why?

Hudson has publicly said that it is because he didn’t speak up — and let the NCAA know — about his depression soon enough:

You can find Harbaugh’s radio appearance that lasts just over a minute here.