Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh is working hard to raise funds for NIL and Tom Brady helped out the Wolverines recently in that department.
Tom Brady is the greatest former Michigan football player to ever play in the NFL. In fact, he’s the best player in the history of the NFL regardless of position.
But the Michigan football alum has always talked fondly of his time with Michigan football. Brady was part of two double-digit win seasons.
Michigan football won 10 games in 1998 and also won a share of the Big Ten championship. Then, in 1999, Brady led the Wolverines to another 10-win season, a win over Ohio State, and an Orange Bowl victory over Alabama.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion is obviously more well-known for his NFL exploits. However, he’s retired now but he’s still doing what he can to help out Michigan football.
Tom Brady donates a round of golf with Jim Harbaugh for NIL
Brady has taken part in other events with Jim Harbaugh before, such as the “Signing of the Stars.” But now that Harbaugh has taken an active role in trying to raise funds for NIL with the Champions Collective and the M-Power initiative, Brady offered a helping hand again.
Here are more details from the Wolverine.com:
"“Brady is now helping out with Michigan’s NIL efforts. Head coach Jim Harbaugh and one of the Wolverines’ collectives, Champions Circle, held a golf outing Monday (July 31) at Orchard Lake Country Club with proceeds going toward NIL opportunities for U-M student-athletes. One of the auctioned items was the chance for two individuals to play golf in Florida with Brady and Harbaugh.”"
According to Todd Anson, who is known to be a friend of Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh, reported on his Twitter account that the golf round with Brady and Harbaugh sold at auction for $155 thousand.
That’s certainly not chump change. Michigan football has work to do in the NIL department, but it’s great to see Harbaugh and other prominent alums taking an active role in improving it.