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Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh Visits Steakhouse That His Team Nearly Put Out of Business

Tuesday, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh took advantage of the deal he helped secure for the restaurant's patrons — as he stopped by to chow down on a steak (and wash it down with a glass of milk?) along with his wife Sarah.
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