Jim Harbaugh Appears To Have A Harambe Picture In His Office

first_imgJim Harbaugh looks on from the sidelines.TAMPA, FL – JANUARY 1: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks on from the sidelines during the second quarter of the Outback Bowl NCAA college football game against the South Carolina Gamecocks on January 1, 2018 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Brian Blanco/Getty Images)The football office at Michigan is somewhat strangely decorated.Harambe, the deceased Cincinnati Zoo gorilla turned folk hero, appears to be part of Michigan football’s office.Check it out:@UMichFootball @DeMariniFP @wilsonballglove @CoachJim4UM looking good in his new ball glove! Thanks for all you do! pic.twitter.com/Q2rPljLp0v— Carol Hutchins (@UMCoachHutch) December 21, 2016An enhanced look, from mgoblog:enhance pic.twitter.com/jODztXEg3n— mgoblog (@mgoblog) December 21, 2016Of course Jim Harbaugh has a picture of a dead gorilla in his office .Update: The gorilla featured in Michigan football’s office actually doesn’t appear to be Harambe, but rather a picture of a gorilla from an endangered species website.last_img read more

1 drug company announces details of 5M opioid settlement

opioidsdrugspills CLEVELAND (AP) – The drug company Allergan says its $5 million payments divided between two Ohio counties will remove it from a trial scheduled for October on the toll of opioids there.Government officials previously announced the settlement with Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH’-guh) and Summit counties. The Dublin, Ireland-based company made its first public statement about the deal on Friday.- Advertisement – It says Cuyahoga will get $3.1 million and Summit $1.9 million. The company said in a statement that settling made more sense than the costs of continued litigation in the first federal trial scheduled in a case in which government entities are suing the drug industry.The company is a defendant in many of the roughly 2,000 similar claims across the U.S.Endo Pharmaceuticals also settled in August with the Ohio counties for $10 million.Related Article: Air travelers start to feel effects of government shutdown(Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)8/30/2019 11:43:33 AM (GMT -4:00) read more