UPDATE (Sept 1, 2:40 p.m.): It was all a joke! The Hawai'i coach was joking.
On R&K, Nick Rolovich clarifies he was joking about asking Michigan for practice tape, says there wasnt any real discussion.— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) September 1, 2016
Jim Harbaugh is still obviously scared about Hawai'i, however.
Hawai'i lost to California last week in the first game of the Rainbow Warriors' season. They head to Ann Arbor Saturday to take on the Michigan Wolverines.
Jim Harbaugh has yet to publicly name his starting quarterback and hasn't even released a depth chart in the lead up to what he must see as a crucial game for his team.
He won't even supply the Hawai'i's coaches with a scrimmage tape, either.
Hawaii asked Michigan if it would send video of a team scrimmage since Michigan has seen Hawaii play a game. Michigan declined.— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) August 31, 2016
Looks like Harbaugh remembers the pains of starting 0-1 last year and wants to keep things close to his Jordan-branded vest. Well within his power, but petty as hell nonetheless.