Tom Brady Exhibition at Michigan? Jim Harbaugh is trying to honor QB

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SportsPulse: Jarrett Bell, the NFL candidate, points out to Tom Brady who has won his sixth ring and could be more prominent than those in 2000.
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Tom Brady, the fourth largest in NFL history, is now a Super Bowl championship after New England Patriots beaters over L.A. Sunday Rams.

The crowd for the game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium was a former Michigan reserve.

Jim Harbaugh took his son, Jack, to the game. And today's current chief coach Michigan believes Brady's time is to kill the campus.

"I think it's time, you are not, for the Tom Brady statue taken right here," said Harbaugh's latest episode of his broadcast, Every Day Assault, He is hosts with his dad, Jack. "Right before the Schembechler Hall, or do you put it in the stadium? Where do you put the picture Tom Brady?"

While the space right before the Schembechler Hall could be excessive with a photograph of the building's names, the recruitment director, Matt Dudek, recommended that he goes directly to Stadium Blvd, across the Pioneer High School of Ann Arbor and over Michigan Stadium.

Jim Harbaugh then praised the tunnel in the Big House.

"I think we can all agree now, Tom Brady … he added the field in football together," he said. "You are now in touch with Babe Ruth, with Michael Jordan. The university that attended it should take a picture."

And Harbaugh's dad suggested that the school should look up and stay along the road to honor Brady.

Not saying Brady had a career at Michigan. Most of his college career is probably on the spot with Drew Henson.

In 2016, the first season of Harbaugh back in Ann Arbor, introduced as an honorary captain of Brady to win U-M over Hawaii and served to suspend four games for the Deflategate situation. Earlier that year, he participated in Harbaugh's "Signature of Stars" on National Signature Day.

If you look at a place like the State of Michigan, they have a statue of Magic Johnson in front of the Breslin Center. He certainly remembered more of his time with L.A. Lakers, but hit the national championship 40 years ago at the UMS.

Has 2000 Orange Bowl won over Alabama counting for something?

Contact Kirkland Crawford: kcrawford@freepress.com. Follow it on Twitter @ HiKirkHere.

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