There are many in college football who have questioned Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh's recruiting tactics over the past few weeks. Add Nebraska's coaching staff to the list.
According to the guys over at maizenbrew.com, Harbaugh, during a recruiting visit with three-star tight end Chase Allen, was very interested in hearing what the Cornhuskers coaching staff had told the player about how they use tight ends in their offense. Here's more:
"They wanted to debunk anything I heard on my Nebraska visit." Allen said.
"He just talked about how tight ends are (actually) used in (Nebraska's) offense," he said. "He wanted to hear all about what Nebraska told me."
Well, it looks like Nebraska heard the news. The school's official Twitter account subtweeted Harbaugh last night, posting a video of its starting tight end, Cethan Carter, mowing down opponents en route to touchdowns.
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Allen is reportedly down to Michigan, Nebraska and Iowa State. It'll be interesting to see where he lands.