Big Ten Media Days kick off on Thursday, which is headlined by media sessions with Michigan State's Mark Dantonio and Ohio State's Urban Meyer.
Friday will be Jim Harbaugh's turn, and a list by Big Ten Network's Tom Dienhart says he is the top storyline during the next two days of coverage.
You might have heard the news: Michigan hired Jim Harbaugh. The hype, anticipation and build-up of Harbaughpalooza even dwarfs the run-up to Christmas. Jimmy Boy and his khakis, ball cap and whistle seemingly have been in the news every day, whether fawning over Judge Judy, stirring emotions with his patriotic defense of “American Sniper,” going shirtless in a camp and showing his hipness by Tweeting to rapper Big Sean. Harbaugh is an indomitable force who America can’t ignore. So, don’t even try. Now, let’s see if he can win some games. I shudder to think what will happen if Harbaugh actually one day leads Michigan to its first Big Ten title since 2004. Harbaugh for President
Jehu Chesson, James Ross III and Joe Bolden will be the Michigan players in attendance with Harbaugh.
Stay tuned for Big Ten Media Days coverage throughout the next few days for more on the Wolverines and other notable tidbits.