Let’s hope this is not foreboding.
The Harbaugh coaching brothers are taking on Ohio teams this weekend; both Ohio State and the Cleveland Browns are facing a Harbaugh.
First up was Michigan vs. Ohio State.
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh finally led his team to a win over Ohio State on Saturday.
It was a decisive victory for Michigan; the final score was 42-27.
— Dr. Mark Schlissel (@DrMarkSchlissel) November 27, 2021
Michigan has not beaten Ohio State since 2011 so naturally Michigan alums are going to speak out.
A recent Michigan alum who was heavily recruited to go to Ohio State shared his joy via social media today.
He is Browns’ second-year wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones.
What DPJ Said
His tweet was short and sweet.
“Sorry but Ohio y’all gotta let me enjoy this one today.”
A laughter emoji concluded his tweet.
Sorry but Ohio y’all gotta let me enjoy this one today 😂
— Donovan Peoples-Jones (@dpeoplesjones) November 27, 2021
How Michigan Won
— Black Angus Reviews 🐮🖤🇺🇸 (@AngusReviews) November 27, 2021
Michigan beat Ohio State on the ground.
Running back Hassan Haskins had five rushing touchdowns on the day.
He had 30 carries for 174 yards.
That is proof that a sound running game is the key to success either in the college or pro ranks.
Next Is Browns Vs. Ravens
John Harbaugh, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, is taking on the Cleveland Browns tomorrow.
The state of Ohio will be devastated to lose to another Harbaugh in a 24-hour time span so the Browns need to be ready.
Will DPJ Play
#Browns OC Alex Van Pelt said DPJ looked like himself Thursday in practice, hopeful has no setbacks and can play Sunday.
— Scott Petrak ct (@ScottPetrak) November 26, 2021
The other burning question is whether DPJ will play tomorrow night against the Ravens.
He is listed as questionable on the Saturday injury report with the groin injury that has plagued him on and off for weeks.
DPJ and Baker Mayfield have a great connection so it would definitely be helpful to have him in the lineup against the AFC North-leading Ravens.