If you happened to tune in for Michigan’s season-opener vs. Minnesota, you most likely noticed some new things about the Wolverines, including a new starting quarterback in Joe Milton.
Though there was a ton of talk about Milton after Saturday’s game, there was almost equal talk about something that had nothing to do with football and everything to do with fashion.
Of course, I am referring to Wolverines’ head coach Jim Harbaugh, who has become know for wearing khaki pants just about everywhere he goes.
But in the Wolverines’ first game of the 2020 season, Harbaugh was not wearing khakis but he was instead wearing blue pants.
On Monday, Harbaugh spoke with Brad Galli and revealed that his change in wardrobe is because he does not want to become like “stale bread, over-ripe fruit, or burnt meat.”
Yes, Jim Harbaugh wore blue pants on Saturday. Years after I introduced him to @lululemonmen pants, he shared with me his reason for making the latest wardrobe change.
"You don't want to become like stale bread, over-ripe fruit, or burnt meat," he said. pic.twitter.com/422AYXfqcn
— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) October 26, 2020