Jim Harbaugh has excellent trick-or-treating advice

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(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Jim Harbaugh has trick-or-treating advice for you. He wants you to be "hustling at all times."

Seriously. The Michigan coach was asked about his trick-or-treating advice in an interview with WXYZ in Detroit. And just like you would expect, Harbaugh's advice is all about maximizing your Halloween return.

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"They’ve been working on them," Harbaugh said when asked about his kids' costumes. "I’ve been trying to advise them to get two costumes, to be go-getters. 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 everybody else. Come home, make a quick change into a second costume and hit those same houses again."

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That Harbaugh, always thinking. He also told WXYZ that he was the kid who went with the standard white sheet as a ghost for Halloween. And you know, it makes total sense when you combine it with his khaki obsession. He probably knew as a kid that prep time on a costume didn't matter when it came to your candy intake. It was all about being the most efficient trick-or-treater possible.

You can watch the full interview here.

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