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Harbaugh Will Be Guest at Obama's Final State of the Union

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    Harbaugh Will Be Guest at Obama's Final State of the Union
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    In this Dec. 28, 2014, file photo, San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh walks off the field after an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals in Santa Clara, Calif. Harbaugh was in discussions with Michigan to return to his alma mater as its new football coach, a person with knowledge of the talks said Monday, Dec. 29. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

    Jim Harbaugh will be in Washington D.C. next Tuesday.

    Why?

    Because he and his wife, Sarah, will be the guests of U.S. Reps. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Township, and Debbie Dingell, D-Dearborn, at the State of the Union, according to multiple reports.
    This is Barack Obama's final address as President.

    Perhaps Harbaugh will be delivering his own State of the Union in 2021?

    Following Michigan's 41-7 win over Florida in the Citrus Bowl on New Year's Day, Harbaugh exchanged tweets with the artist, Wale:

    Harbaugh has been ubiquitous in the headlines as of late.

    Hours after the 49ers fired Jim Tomsula, he tweeted: "Do not be deceived. You will reap what you sow.”

    He was at the San Jose Sharks game on Thursday night.

    At Jed York's press conference on Monday, he was asked: "Was it a mistake to part with former 49ers and current University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh and in addition was it a mistake to hire Jim Tomsula as his successor?

    “Jim Harbaugh is a good football coach. His success at Michigan doesn’t surprise me at all," York answered. "We need to make sure that we look forward to the next head coach. In terms of Jimmy T, we took a chance on somebody that we believe strongly in, certainly his character, his leadership ability, what he was able to do. And ultimately that didn’t work out.

    "And I feel like watching what my uncle did, watching what my grandfather did, you have to learn from mistakes. You have to learn from failure. And we didn’t get this one right and we need to make sure that we get the next one right and we need to make sure that we learn from this season.”

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