It’s no secret that Ohio State fans find it amusing that Michigan has struggled on the football field the past few years. One teacher at the university’s Fisher College of Business even went as far as to use the Wolverines’ downfall as part of his lesson earlier this week.
According to Eleven Warriors, BUSMHR 3200 lecturer Travis Helm used both Brady Hoke and Jim Harbaugh as examples for the topic “why managers fail.” Hoke was pictured next to “inability to lead a team.” Harbaugh got “problems with interpersonal relationships.” Check it out:
— Clay Walter (@claywalter17) August 26, 2015
This prof’s real life examples are on point today pic.twitter.com/Pgv4SLDIZ2
— Will Strosnider (@wstros24) August 26, 2015
Well played, for sure. That being said, the book on Harbaugh at Michigan still hasn’t been written.