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JIM HARBAUGH 1986 UofM photo picture print
JIM HARBAUGH 1986 UofM photo picture print
Photo #1148
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

JIM HARBAUGH 1986 UofM photo picture print photograph for sale. This is a professionally restored great image from our Classic Historical photo series. It is made from an Original film photo/negative that came from a rare collection of sports images and has been artistically restored and enhanced by collector and professional photographer Jan Kaulins. This historical UofM Jim Harbaugh photo print for sale is of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish game where starting Quarterback Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverines, under Head Coach Bo Schembechler, defeated the Fighting Irish 24 to 23. Harbaugh was UofM Quarterback from 1983 to 1986. He is now the Head Coach of the Michigan Wolverines. This is a great historic photo of Jim Harbaugh in his college prime.

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