Jim Harbaugh throws shade at Tennessee coach Butch Jones

Nov 14, 2015; Bloomington, IN, USA; Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh coaches on the sidelines against the Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 14, 2015; Bloomington, IN, USA; Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh coaches on the sidelines against the Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports /
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Jim Harbaugh is taking no prisoners on Twitter and Tennessee head coach Butch Jones is the Michigan man’s latest victim.

No matter what Jim Harbaugh does he seems to garner attention from all over the place for his methods in recruiting, coaching and preparing his Michigan Wolverines for the upcoming 2016 season.

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The Wolverines conducting part of their spring practices during the school’s spring break on the campus of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida and that’s drawn some criticism from the SEC and ACC commissioners and NCAA President Mark Emmert who frown on student-athletes working during a vacation period.

While Michigan players have enjoyed the trip to Florida and enjoy practicing without distractions like those pesky classes getting in the way, it did lead to a few coaches tweeting about wanting to go watch Michigan’s open practice on Friday.

Bret Bielema started by joking he was going to fly down and watch the practice and get lunch to which Mark Dantonio chimed in by saying he’d join him. Later, Tennessee head coach Butch Jones asked if he could pull up a seat at the table.

That didn’t sit well with Harbaugh who took to Twitter to tell his “Rocky Top colleague” to spend his time and focus on his team.

Oh, snap!

Those are fighting words.

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It all started out in good fun with the coaches seemingly joking on Twitter about crashing the party in Florida, but at the same time, Harbaugh does have a good point as the Tennessee football program just finished a week where Jones and his team were dealt some nasty allegations in the midst of an ongoing Title IX investigation.

There hasn’t been any response on Twitter from Jones after the Harbaugh subtweet but it may be best to let this one go and not get in the crosshairs of Harbaugh again.