It started with McElwain calling out MI for not releasing its roster, something Harbaugh has still yet to do.
Coach Jim McElwain said Monday that receiver James Robinson, who was cited for marijuana possession last week, won't play against the Wolverines.
The highly-touted Robinson, who came to Florida as a 4-star wide receive prospect according to 247Sports, ran into trouble with the law earlier this year while visiting a Big Ten powerhouse.
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"Yes, we'd like to have that information from them".
On Monday, McElwain was asked what he thought of some of Harbaugh's "antics", which keep the Wolverines - and their coach - on college football's center stage in the spring and summer. Never any mention of that. "Very interesting. We'd like to have that information from them, I'm sure they'd like to have it from us, and right now neither is giving that information".
"When you guys get their roster, let me know who we're playing", he said. Graduate transfer Malik Zaire (Notre Dame) and redshirt freshman Feleipe Franks are competing with Luke Del Rio, the junior incumbent. "I'm not going to tell you what it is, so there's no reason to ask, but we're excited about that". The schools have played three times previously, with MI holding a 3-0 advantage.
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MI will be rocking an all-maize look against Florida this weekend.
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