Quavo pays a visit to The Big House ahead of tonight's show in Detroit.
University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh knows three things: Football, khakis, and hip-hop. That last one may or may not be entirely true, but Harbaugh is doing his best to act like he's hip with what his players are listening to in the locker room.
Harbaugh, who is still searching for his starting quarterback, took some time out of his busy schedule today to pose for a photo with another former QB, Quavo, ahead of the Drake & Migos show at Little Caesars Arena in Midtown Detroit. He also provided the perfect caption for anyone on the fence about attending tonight's performance, "No doubt Migos & Drake will knock everyone's socks off."
As mentioned, Harbaugh's Wolverines are still in need of a starting QB but he is optimistic he'll have an answer "sooner rather than later." According to ESPN, Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson and redshirt sophomore Brandon Peters are considered front-runners to win the starting job ahead of Michigan's season opener at Notre Dame on September 1.
"None of them have given in," Harbaugh said Monday night, according to ESPN. "None of them have dropped off, so it rages on."
Although Harbaugh plans to know his starting QB in the near future, there's no guarantee he'll make that information public prior to the Wolverines' showdown against the Fighting Irish. During each of his first three years as UM's head coach, Harbaugh has kept quiet regarding his starter at the helm.
Michigan vs Notre Dame is scheduled to kickoff on 9/1 at 7:30pm ET, airing on ABC.