Harbaugh thinks chicken is too "nervous" of a bird to eat

Harbaugh thinks chicken is too

Harbaugh thinks chicken is too "nervous" of a bird to eat

Anybody who closely follows college football knows that. It seems like every week, some quirky, weird story about Michigan's head coach surfaces.

Former Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight, who transferred out of the Wolverines' program this offseason, landing at UCLA, told a wild story about Harbaugh to Bleacher Report.

A feature on MI quarterback Shea Patterson from Bleacher Report's Matt Hayes contains the story, as told by former MI quarterback Wilton Speight. Early in his MI tenure, Harbaugh pulled Speight aside and told him not to eat chicken, a protein that is considered fairly safe by nutritionists. "When Speight asked why, Harbaugh said, 'because it's a nervous bird'".

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"He thinks some type of sickness injected its way into the human population when people began eating white meats instead of beef and pork", Speight, now at UCLA, told Bleacher Report.

Speight says statements like these are just part of "the Harbaugh Experience". But is it that shocking coming from Harbaugh?

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Nowhere on that list will you find chicken.

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