Pope Francis is presented with a football helmet by Michigan football team coach Jim Harbaugh during the weekly general audience at the Vatican, Wednesday, April 26, 2017. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP)
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Jim Harbaugh stood with a megaphone, his team at his back, in front of more than a thousand spectators, some sporting maize and blue.The Wolverines wrapped up their spring practice in style Saturday in Italy, belting out a rendition of "The Victors," in what was their final act as a team in Rome.Before practice, Harbaugh outlined his plans to take Michigan on another trip like this next spring as long as the NCAA allows it, of course. Harbaugh said he would like to either go to South Africa or Brazil, adding he'll let the team decide the destination.Harbaugh took some time to explain how he hopes this type of trip is embraced across college football.Michigan's players will have the entire month of May off before returning to football activities in June, enjoying a break that appears to be rare in major college football.Harbaugh has called this one of the best weeks of his life.
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