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.
"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."
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.
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