Jim Harbaugh Is Having A Twitter Feud With Jim Rome For Some Reason

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On Monday, Jim Harbaugh stormed out of a press conference after being asked about two players he suspended. Jim is an outspoken, fiery guy. He wears his emotions on his sleeve, and clearly something struck a nerve that made him feel that way.

Jim Rome, who I had no idea was still in the business, responded to Harbaugh’s actions by calling him a miserable person. Harbaugh didn’t take too kindly to that remark, so he did what any man would do: tweeted about it.

I actually kinda respect Rome here in this video. Jim Everett is just sitting there daring Jim to drop the word “Chris” on him, threatening things will get physical. Rome called his bet, and boom — he got taken down. Rome didn’t back down from a threat.

Rome responded to Jim’s tweet because we live in a world where Twitter is life and if you aren’t feuding on Twitter, you’re not a real human.

Well, the argument is over now. Harbaugh can’t really have a comeback that is going to have as damaging an effect as reminding the Michigan coach how bad he lost to the one team he has to beat each year. Maybe Harbaugh should go back to focusing on fall camp and Rome should go back to being irrelevant.

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