Jack Harbaugh attends the 2015 press conference introducing son Jim Harbaugh as Michigan head coach.
June 28, 1939 |
|1961||Titans of New York|
|Position(s)||Defensive back, quarterback|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1964â€“1965||Eaton (OH) HS|
|1966||Xenia (OH) HS|
|1967||Morehead State (assistant)|
|1968â€“1970||Bowling Green (assistant)|
|2004â€“2006||San Diego (RB)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|As a player
1959 Mid-American Conference Champions
1959 NCAA Division II National Champions
As a coach
1966 Western Ohio League Champions
2000 Ohio Valley Conference Champions
2002 Gateway Football Conference Co-Champions
2002 NCAA FCS National Champions
|2002 AFCA Coach of the Year (FCS)|
There's no family in America that can celebrate a victory better than the Harbaughs. You'll never hear more laughter, more storytelling, or more embellishment.
You never think about what life's going to be like five years down the road or 10 – you just go though the day and try to make good decisions. Sometimes you do, sometimes you don't. You just hope this day will be a good day.
You remember driving your kids to Little League, and they're nervous about making the team, and you're encouraging them. Forty years down the road, we're having the same conversation. Only it's about the Ravens and Steelers, or Stanford and Cal.
You've got to be yourself, and if you're not, you're a phony. It comes shining through if you're not careful.
In this world, you can choose to be positive, or you can choose to be negative. You can choose to see things through a set of eyes that sees good, or you can choose to see things in life that aren't so good.