Paul Finebaum isn’t the biggest fan of Jim Harbaugh, and he hasn’t been afraid to criticize the leader in Ann Arbor. But when it comes to recent comments on Urban Meyer, the SEC radio host and Michigan head coach see eye to eye.

Ahead of B1G Media Days last week, Harbaugh issued a controversial statement on his former rival, saying that Meyer had great success as a head coach but “controversy followed him” everywhere he went. And, to Harbaugh’s credit, that’s not exactly untrue.

Meyer dealt with several arrests while at the University of Florida. At Ohio State, the controversy surrounding Zach Smith’s alleged domestic violence situation hovered over his final season.

Finebaum sided with Harbaugh on his comments on Meyer.

“Surprisingly, I agreed with him,” Finebaum said on 105.5 WNSP. “Jim Harbaugh told the truth. He told the truth that everywhere Urban Meyer goes, controversy follows. That’s interesting that someone tells the truth because a year ago on this day we were sitting here talking about Urban Meyer lying. If you’re Jim Harbaugh’s PR people, you might wonder if that was the best thing to do considering that Meyer has owned you. But Jim Harbaugh is one of the quirkiest people in sports, or in any sport. He found a way to take some ownership of media days without saying much about his own team. I, quite frankly, found it amusing.”

It’s not too often Finebaum sides with Harbaugh on anything. However, the SEC radio host has, himself, been fairly critical of Meyer’s controversies, as well.

Harbaugh came under criticism for his comments, particularly because of his record against Meyer. In four tries, Michigan was 0-4 against Ohio State in the Harbaugh-Meyer rivalry.

On this topic, though, Finebaum agrees with Harbaugh. It may be the only time this season the two see eye to eye on something.