Jim Harbaugh To Sleep With Penn State Commit
Jim Harbaugh knows how to Netflix and chill. According to Scout, the Michigan head coach is planning a sleepover with Penn State commit and the nation’s top kicking recruit Quinn Nordin.
The recruiting dead period (where no in-person contact is allowed by coaches) will end Wednesday and Thursday this week, and Jim Harbaugh is ready to slide into Nordin’s crib, arriving at precisely 12:01 a.m. Friday morning, the exact moment he is allowed to.
“Under the exact rules, he’s going to be at my house at 12:01 he said. That’s when it’s legal for him to be at my house,” Nordin said to Scout. “He said we can watch a movie, see how well we gel and he said he would sleep over after that.”
“He told me if I had a 6-foot-3 inch piece of carpet for him to sleep on, that would be enough. I said we have guest rooms, and he said ‘Tell you what, I’ll just sleep on the floor in your room.’ I said ‘Coach, I have Penn State stuff all over my walls.’ He said, ‘Tell you what, I can help you take it down.’”
Nordin also said that his parents didn’t want him to miss school the next day, but Harbaugh agreed to come to class with him.
Whether Jim sleeps au naturel in his dad bod is currently unknown, but we will know soon enough.
(Photo: Albert Cesare)
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