ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 17: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines reacts during the college football game against the Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Stadium on October 17, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Wolverines 27-23. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)The 2019 college football season sits just 21 days away. That’s right, we’re just three weeks away from Florida and the University of Miami kicking off the new campaign.Before the season officially begins, 12Up decided to take a look at the most-annoying coaches across the country.Familiar names popped up, Lane Kiffin and Nick Saban to name a couple.However, only one could reign supreme on the list as the most-annoying college football coach in the country. Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh took home the honor.Here’s why:Harbaugh was supposed to make Michigan title contenders again. Instead, he’s failed to beat Ohio State, has been embarrassed in bowl games, and has wasted the talents of NFL players with three and four-loss seasons.The problem with Harbaugh, however, is that he’s kept up this tough football coach bravado and Stanford-esque “smartest guy in the room” persona despite the fact that his archaic offense isn’t translating into Ws at the college level. I’m sure when he goes 10-4 next year, he’ll find some way to blame someone other than himself.As for the archaic offense mentioned on the post, Harbaugh hired former Penn State and Alabama assistant coach Josh Gattis to fix that problem.The spread offense will be in full swing in Ann Arbor this season. We’ll have to wait and see if it translates to wins.
Commander Loic Bizot, Deputy Defense and Naval Attaché for India and Defense Attaché (non resident) for Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives with Mrs Isabelle Miscot, Deputy Head of Mission of the French Embassy in Colombo had talks with Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva, Commander of the Army at the Army Headquarters today.The army media unit said that the French officials and the army chief exchanged views on matters of bilateral interest and importance between both Sri Lanka and France. The Ambassador was awarded with a Guard of Honour on his arrival. He was accompanied by Commander Loic Bizot.They held cordial discussions on matters of mutual interests and bilateral importance. Mementos were also exchanged to mark the occasion. (Colombo Gazette) Earlier in the day the French Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, Jean-Marin Schub called on the Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy, Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne at the Naval Headquarters in Colombo. The brief meeting culminated with exchange of symbolic mementos.