Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Listen each week as "Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast" talks about past, present and future success. The podcast will welcome friends, family, coaches and celebrities to talk about "Who's Got It Better Than Us? Nooo-body!" Join Coach Jim Harbaugh and guests each week to talk about attacking life, each day, with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind!

Jim Harbaugh is the head football coach for the University of Michigan Wolverines. Along with co-host Ira Weintraub, Jim will be joined on shows by his lovely wife Sarah, father and former American Football player and coach Jack, brother and NFL football coach John, family and friends.

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Coaches Jim and Jack Harbaugh, along with guide Ira Weintraub and Matt Dudek, Director of Recruiting for Michigan football, open with Jim impersonating legendary broadcaster Bob Ufer then they get into a discussion about Michigan's win over Wisconsin and getting ready for the MSU matchup. Then, much to the delight of fanboy Matty D, Patrick Renna (Ham from "The Sandlot") joins the podcast to talk about the 25th anniversary of "The Sandlot," sports and a whole lot more. #JackTalk wraps up the show with a shout out to the Ravens and a little more movie talk.
01:18:00 10/16/2018

Past Episodes

Congratulations to Jim Harbaugh for becoming a grandfather for the first time and Jack Harbaugh on becoming a great-grandfather. We talk about that, the fun homecoming win over Maryland and a little bit about the Wisconsin Badgers. Then Michigan Men's Basketball coach John Beilein, about two months after his double bypass heart surgery, visits Schembechler Hall for a really fun conversation. Then #JackTalk concludes this week's podcast. Hims - Go to ForHims.com/ATTACK for your $5 trial month while supplies last
01:19:00 10/9/2018
Coach Jack, Ira and Matt Dudek (Director of Recruiting for Michigan Football) talk about Michigan's 20-17, come-from-behind win over Northwestern. The man described by Addie Harbaugh as "the best coach ever" is this week's guest. Bruce Elliott (son of former college coach Pete Elliott and nephew of former Michigan coach Bump Elliott) comes in for a fun conversation about youth sports, Michigan football and more. Then the show wraps up with #JackTalk discussing football formations and more. Hims - Go to ForHims.com/ATTACK for your $5 trial month while supplies last
01:17:00 10/2/2018
Coaches Jim and Jack recap the thrashing of Nebraska, preview Northwestern and tell you who Jim's daughter Addie thinks is the best coach (and why). Hint - it's not her dad! Then the hilarious Michigan alumni duo The Sklar Brothers keep us laughing. And #JackTalk concludes with the theme "KEYS" - a hilarious family story about losing keys and football X's and O's about reading keys.
01:00:00 9/25/2018
Don Holloway and Clare Shubert from the Gerald R Ford Presidential Museum visit Schembechler Hall for a conversation about Michigan football legend #48 and the 38th President of the United States Gerald Ford. From early childhood through Ann Arbor and to Washington, D.C., President Ford has a fascinating story to tell. And he loved his Wolverines!
01:24:00 9/18/2018
Coach Jim catches us up on the team two weeks into the season (even as the fire alarm rings in the backround!). Then "Attack Each Day" joins forces with "No Excuses" for a fun conversation with the host of TV's "Bar Rescue" Jon Taffer. #JackTalk wraps up the podcast with stories from the home-opening weekend of the season and an inspirational story from southwest Ohio.
01:02:00 9/11/2018
Coach Jack, Matt and Ira recap week one and preview week two of the Michigan football season. Then the great Adam Schefter of ESPN (and former Michigan football honorary captain) joined the show to talk about his amazing new book "The Man I Never Met" about his family and the impact 9/11 had on them. #JackTalk wraps up the show with a big family announcement and more football conversation.
01:01:00 9/4/2018
Coaches Jim and Jack are joined for an extended conversation with the CEO of Ford Motor Company - Jim Hackett - who hired Jim as the head coach at Michigan during Hackett's tenure as Interim Athletic Director. So, naturally, the conversation started with a discussion on haircuts and included some Bo stories, some Gerald Ford stories and a story about the time, in a JV game, Hackett played Joe Montana and Notre Dame.
01:25:00 8/28/2018
ESPN's Marty Smith helps us open the show - he even does some country music karaoke with Coach Jim! Wolverine Grant Newsome stops by and shows us all why he is (and will always be) a great ambassador for Michigan football and the University as a whole. Then #JackTalk was invaded by "greatness" as Mike Tirico (Ann Arbor resident who is NBC's voice of Notre Dame football) sits in for an extended conversation with coaches Jack and Jim.
01:39:00 8/21/2018

Coaches Jim and Jack go over the entire roster and give their outlook for Michigan Football this season. Brought to you by Hyundai Shopper Assurance, visit Hyundaiusa.com/shopperassurance for more information.

00:43:00 8/16/2018
Coach Jim and Jack talk about the first 10 days of fall camp and more before we welcome comedian, actor and producer Jason Sudeikis to the podcast. Coach Jim was on Sudeikis' show Detroiters last week. Then we wrap up the podcast with #JackTalk responding to tweets from listeners.
01:10:00 8/14/2018

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Coaches Jim and Jack Harbaugh, along with guide Ira Weintraub and Matt Dudek, Director of Recruiting for Michigan football, open with Jim impersonating legendary broadcaster Bob Ufer then they get into a discussion about Michigan's win over Wisconsin and getting ready for the MSU matchup. Then, much to the delight of fanboy Matty D, Patrick Renna (Ham from "The Sandlot") joins the podcast to talk about the 25th anniversary of "The Sandlot," sports and a whole lot more. #JackTalk wraps up the show with a shout out to the Ravens and a little more movie talk.
01:18:00 10/16/2018
Congratulations to Jim Harbaugh for becoming a grandfather for the first time and Jack Harbaugh on becoming a great-grandfather. We talk about that, the fun homecoming win over Maryland and a little bit about the Wisconsin Badgers. Then Michigan Men's Basketball coach John Beilein, about two months after his double bypass heart surgery, visits Schembechler Hall for a really fun conversation. Then #JackTalk concludes this week's podcast. Hims - Go to ForHims.com/ATTACK for your $5 trial month while supplies last
01:19:00 10/9/2018
Coach Jack, Ira and Matt Dudek (Director of Recruiting for Michigan Football) talk about Michigan's 20-17, come-from-behind win over Northwestern. The man described by Addie Harbaugh as "the best coach ever" is this week's guest. Bruce Elliott (son of former college coach Pete Elliott and nephew of former Michigan coach Bump Elliott) comes in for a fun conversation about youth sports, Michigan football and more. Then the show wraps up with #JackTalk discussing football formations and more. Hims - Go to ForHims.com/ATTACK for your $5 trial month while supplies last
01:17:00 10/2/2018
Coaches Jim and Jack recap the thrashing of Nebraska, preview Northwestern and tell you who Jim's daughter Addie thinks is the best coach (and why). Hint - it's not her dad! Then the hilarious Michigan alumni duo The Sklar Brothers keep us laughing. And #JackTalk concludes with the theme "KEYS" - a hilarious family story about losing keys and football X's and O's about reading keys.
01:00:00 9/25/2018
Don Holloway and Clare Shubert from the Gerald R Ford Presidential Museum visit Schembechler Hall for a conversation about Michigan football legend #48 and the 38th President of the United States Gerald Ford. From early childhood through Ann Arbor and to Washington, D.C., President Ford has a fascinating story to tell. And he loved his Wolverines!
01:24:00 9/18/2018

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