One the final day of the 2016 presidential campaign, Jim Harbaugh appeared.
The Michigan coach was spotted in the crowd before President Barack Obama held a rally on Michigan’s campus.
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And once the rally started, the President made sure to give his hosts a shout out.
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President Obama is making one of his multiple stops of the day on the campaign trail in Michigan as he stumps for Hillary Clinton.
The rally was held at Ray Fisher Stadium, home of Michigan baseball.
The President’s visit also adjusted Harbaugh’s schedule. The coach had his weekly press conference, which usually occurs at noon, cancelled. Harbaugh will be making his usual radio show appearance Monday night.
Harbaugh missed a chance to meet President Obama when his San Francisco 49ers came up short against his brother, Jim, and the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII. However, Harbaugh did get to see the State of the Union Address earlier this year.