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Well, it didn’t take long for Jim Harbaugh to provide a laughable sideline moment. In his debut as Michigan coach against Utah, Harbaugh was captured Thursday standing next to a giant Seahawks helmet — used as a prop to call plays during the game.

While the former 49ers coach has moved on from the NFC West and the Seahawks, he clearly hasn’t forgotten about his good ol’ arch-nemesis. It also makes you wonder; what play does the Seahawks helmet represent? Perhaps it’s the “get an interception” play, or possibly the tried and true “scramble around wildly and make a heroic 40-yard pass play.”  We may never know.