Jim Harbaugh, like every other football coach in America, is trying to navigate an unprecedented offseason. The Michigan coach has not been speaking into microphones much recently but did manage to make it onto a National Review podcast with Jay Nordlinger. The two grew up together, so the conversation was as leisurely as billed.
They spoke about optimism for the fall and the challenges this new world has created for the Wolverines coaching staff. Then, at the end, things drifted into a different territory.
Nordlinger asked Harbaugh if he likes what he sees from the college-aged kids he's surrounded by (51:26 mark). Harbaugh couldn't have been more complimentary of the younger generation, along the way pointing out the positive and prevalent attribute of caring about others.