By Dan Jenkins
The Michigan Wolverines may be on a “bye” this week, but you better believe coach Jim Harbaugh is still hard at work.
Harbaugh was out on the west coast Saturday night and made a few stops in California. One of those stops included St. Mary’s High School in Stockton, California — home of three-star offensive line recruit Popo Aumavae.
Harbaugh got comfy down on the sidelines, working with the chain crew for part of the game.
Harbaugh also made a stop at Antioch High School, where No.1 overall recruit Najee Harris plays running back. The coach was well in the spotlight there as well, where he announced the school’s homecoming queen.
Harbaugh is seemingly continuing his mission to be the most interesting man in the world.