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Adam Hermann | NCAA.com | September 30, 2017

Jim Harbaugh spent his bye week jumping into pools in khakis

  Harbaugh, in action.

Life as Jim Harbaugh seems pretty good right now. His Michigan Wolverines are off to a 4-0 start, including a 28-10 win at Purdue in their Big Ten conference opener last week. The Wolverines have this week off before they host Michigan State on October 7, so how is Harbaugh spending his free Saturday morning?

He went for a quick swim.

From 16 feet up.

While wearing his signature khakis.

If that wasn’t enough action (and, really, is there such a thing as enough Harbaugh action?), here’s another angle of the… dive? Leap? Goal-line hop?

Pretty good stuff from the head coach.

What exactly what was happening here? The Wolverines’ swim and dive team had a meet at 11 a.m. on Saturday morning...

...and it looks like Harbaugh stopped by to say hi and get in on the action. Not bad, although, if he was going for a cannonball, he might have to work on his form a bit.

Yet, there’s no denying khakis and a polo shirt is a unique swimwear choice, and Harbaugh always does things his way.

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