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20:00  15 may  2019
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Jim Harbaugh took it personally when Michigan lost special teams coach John Baxter last Thursday to USC. The sleepover plan may be another one of Harbaugh ' s unconventional ideas, and he intends to spin it through the whole day Friday with Nordin.

Harbaugh is preparing to go to great lengths to secure a commitment from the nation’ s top kicking prospect, Quinn Nordin of Rockford, Michigan. Nordin is rated the number one kicker in the nation by Rivals and is currently verbally committed to Penn State (you may remember the music video

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Jim Harbaugh is no stranger to sleepovers.

A week-long getaway at Harbaugh's home in Coronado, California, is among the items up for silent auction ahead of Saturday's Champions for Change Gala at Crisler Arena, the annual megafundraiser that benefits The ChadTough Foundation.

As of late Wednesday morning, the bidding price had climbed to $5,100 for a one-week stay at Harbaugh's renovated oceanside home, which includes six bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and "plenty of room for a huge family or lots of guests," according to the ChadTough auction site. The house features a finished attic, fireplace, formal and informal dining areas, gourmet kitchen and "huge private roof top deck" with ocean views.

Jeff Koons' $91M 'Rabbit' sculpture sets new auction record

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Jim Harbaugh is willing to sleep over the nation' s top kicker' s house , and even offered to go to class with him the next day. Jim Harbaugh really wants the nation' s top kicker. Christian Petersen/Getty. Recruiting is an intense process in college sports, but Jim Harbaugh might be taking recruiting to the

When Jim Harbaugh wants a recruit, he does whatever it takes. Harbaugh really is going to great lengths to pull in Nordin. In fact, he talked his way into a sleepover at Nordin’ s house on the night that coaches are allowed to communicate with recruits again after the recent dead period.

Nearly 400 items are part of the silent auction, starting as low as $50. Some of the other notable items include:

The ChadTough Foundation was established in honor of Chad Carr, the grandson of former Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr. Chad Carr died from complications of an inoperable brain tumor — diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) — in 2015 when he was 5 years old. Entering last year's gala, more than $3 million has been raised for pediatric brain tumor research.

This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Sleepover at Jim Harbaugh's house is up for auction. Here's the price

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