Jim Harbaugh got Finebaum to change his name to Pete on his show

All appeared to be quiet on the home front during a Thursday night during the college football offseason. But then, right on cue, Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh decided to air his grievances against the one and only Pete Finebaum. Yes, we said Pete.

One day after this, Finebaum decided to play along with the Michigan head coach by changing his show’s graphics and Twitter handle to say Pete Finebaum.

You see, the Finebaum vs. Michigan/Harbaugh narrative isn’t exactly new. Michigan is a popular topic of conversation on The Paul Finebaum Show. Last October, after it was revealed that Harbaugh’s salary at Michigan was $9 million a year, Finebaum said in a nutshell he didn’t think he was worth that kind of money.

“What has he done,” Finebaum said via Land of 10. “He doesn’t have what I would consider a signature win. He hasn’t beaten his rival yet. It’s $9 million, and quite frankly it’s a lot of money and I don’t think he’s worth it.”