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Jim Harbaugh Upset With Rutgers For Halftime Trash Talk

Jim Harbaugh head coach of the Michigan Wolverines shouts during the game against the Penn State Nittany Lions.

Michigan knocked off Rutgers at home Saturday night, 49-16, in a game that was never really that close. Yet somehow, the two head coaches in the contest - Jim Harbaugh and Kyle Flood - are upset. Why? Well, mostly, because early in the third quarter, the Wolverines scored on a four-yard run by De'Veon Smith, then went for two to take a 43-16 lead. 

Harbaugh, reportedly, was unhappy with Rutgers players "talking trash" in the tunnel at halftime (despite trailing 35-16.) Flood also jokingly took a shot at Harbaugh's brother regarding another play from the contest. Check it all out:

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Michigan and Rutgers don't have much of a rivalry, but if this keeps up, you never know.