With Michigan playing at Minnesota late Saturday afternoon, Jim Harbaugh won't be home on Halloween night this year. But the Wolverines coach already has given his three young children a game plan for a successful night of trick-or-treating.
"I advised them to get two costumes, to be go-getters," Harbaugh told WXYZ in Detroit.
"You can hit the neighborhood in one costume — and better to jog and run from house to house, then you can get more candy than anybody else. Then come home make a quick change into the second costume and go hit those same houses again."
Well, sure, I guess that's one way to enjoy Halloween, if the goal really is to "get more candy than anybody else."
But you know, some kids might enjoy taking the time to show off their costumes and see their friends all dressed up. Sure, everybody wants lots of candy, but no child really wants to work up a massive sweat just so they can come out on top in some sort of trick-or-treat tally at the end of the night.
"Constant hustle," Harbaugh said. "Hustling at all times."