Jim Harbaugh has quite the resume as a football coach.
Equally as impressive is his ability to send cryptic messages out on Twitter.
The latest coming from the Michigan coach’s account included the following comment: “Talented Magicians are masters of deception, they divert attention (with) (one) hand to conceal (and) deceive (with) the other hand.”
Harbaugh also linked the Detroit Free Press’ Anthony Broome’s story detailing why the SEC was wrong for attacking the coach for wanting to hold some of Michigan’s spring practices at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.
Yes, in Florida, which is considered SEC country.
Harbaugh wants his team to host its spring event at the high school powerhouse, which is laden with nationally-touted prospects. That includes the No. 1 prospect in the 2017 class, five-star linebacker Dylan Moses.
However, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey balked at Harbaugh’s plans, requesting to the NCAA that Michigan should not be allowed to go to Florida during its spring break and citing time-demand concerns for student-athletes.
This was not Harbaugh’s first tweet directed at the SEC, as the Michigan coach seemingly posted a tweet aimed at Sankey indicating he was “whining.”
This last instance, Harbaugh took a deeper route with his tweet, leaving many of us to ponder what exactly the Michigan coach meant.
Nonetheless, the war between Harbaugh and the SEC seems far from over. Until then, we at least have Harbaugh’s Twitter account to keep us occupied until a resolution is reached.