Jim Harbaugh likes to keep things close.
Monday, the Michigan coach revealed that two players were suspended. He didn’t get into specifics, saying the team would handle it internally, but the players did not appear in the team photo last week.
When he got fed up with follow-up questions, Harbaugh walked out of the media session.
“That’s why I don’t give you any information. Because you’re never satisfied,” Harbaugh told reporters. “You always want a second question, a third question, a fourth question. I just said we’d handle it internally. Thank you.”
The two suspended players are WR Ahmir Mitchell and DL Shelton Johnson, according to MLive.com.
Johnson was a 3-star defensive lineman in the class of 2014 and redshirted his freshman season in Ann Arbor.
Mitchell was a 4-star wide receiver and true freshman who enrolled at Michigan in January. He picked Michigan over the likes of Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Michigan State.