One of the most recognizable features of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is that he is often seen wearing khakis. Whether it is on the sideline during a game or at the podium after practice, Harbaugh is almost always wearing khakis.
Because of this, a pair of autographed Harbaugh khakis were being auctioned off at the 2017 Michigan Bust, the team’s annual end-of-season awards banquet, on Tuesday night. The bidding for the khakis in the event’s silent auction started at $900.
Unfortunately, there were no bidders for the pair of framed khakis.
At the top of the frame, it reads, “Those who stay will be champions.” Towards the bottom of the frame, there is a picture of Harbaugh in between two Michigan logos.
Here are some of the other items that were auctioned off at the event:
Bo Schembechler bobblehead: Bidding started at $375.
Starting Lineup figures: Bidding started at $35.
Bo Schembechler Oil Painting: Bidding started at $400
Replica Little Brown Jug: Bidding started at $125
Michigan luggage: Bidding started at $195
All photos were taken by Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi.
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