Jim Harbaugh offered prayers to Terry Glenn’s family on Monday.
Former Ohio State wide receiver Terry Glenn died on Monday at the age of just 43 after a car accident in Texas. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, before going into his team’s upcoming matchup with the Buckeyes, offered thoughts and prayers to Glenn’s family.
It was a classy move, to say the least.
Jim Harbaugh starts his press conference by sending prayers to Terry Glenn's family. The former Buckeye WR died last night.
— Dan Murphy (@DanMurphyESPN) November 20, 2017
Coach Harbaugh opens up presser with thoughts for Terry Glenn’s family and the Ohio State community. pic.twitter.com/lfqPhnXk69
— Audrey Hasson (@AudreyNBC4) November 20, 2017
Glenn was drafted No. 7 overall by the New England Patriots in the 1996 NFL Draft after attending Ohio State. Their NFL careers overlapped from 1996-2001.