Jim Harbaugh has no qualms about getting saucy on Twitter.
The Michigan coach snapped back to a tweet by Florida State assistant coach Tim Brewster, who had a snarky response about the Wolverines having the most picks (11) of this year's NFL draft.
Most draft picks doesn't correlate to winning....Just ask Michigan! #OrangeBowlChampions!— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) April 29, 2017
Florida State defeated Michigan 33-32 in a nail-biter on New Years Eve, but Harbaugh was perfectly confident in providing a barb of his own Wednesday afternoon.
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Brewster's tweet is rather trite, especially because he was the head coach at Minnesota from 2007-10, but was fired in the middle of the 2010 season. He posted a 15-30 record in those 3 1/2 seasons, had a 6-21 Big Ten mark and was 0-for-2 in bowl games. He responded to Harbaugh's reply by blocking the Wolverines coach on Twitter.