Football dream alerts Jim Harbaugh it is time to compete

New Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh can usually sense when the start of a season is close. “For me, I know when I get my first football dream, then it’s my body clock telling me it’s time to compete,” he said. “It’s like the bell in a boxing match.”

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