Jim Harbaugh Was An Awful Radio Guest

Host a radio show and you learn something pretty quick: there are lots of bad radio guests out there. Radio show hosts aren't perfect, God knows we ask bad questions sometimes too, but at its best a radio interview is like a tennis match, the better your opponent the better you are. The best guests answer questions you ask and expound upon those questions, leading to better and more interesting questions from the questioner. The worst guests answer questions like they're on the witness stand in a criminal case.

It turns out Jim Harbaugh is an awful radio guest. Or at least he was this morning on Colin Cowherd's radio show. Cowherd was prepared and asked good questions, Harbaugh had no idea what was going on.  

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