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The dream that is your dream team is now reality, thanks to the work of a football coach who dreamed of starting a football team.

Former Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has been in a coma for a month after being diagnosed with brain cancer, but he has not stopped dreaming of starting his own football team as he did during his time in college.

“He’s a dreamer, he’s a guy that wants to work with his dream team,” said Mark Fainaru, who managed Harbaugh at Michigan and now works as the co-host of ESPN’s NFL Countdown.

Jim Harbaugh, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, has had no sleep for months. “

The way I see it, Jim’s a man of dreams, and his dream is to be a coach and be the coach that he always wanted to be.”

Jim Harbaugh, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, has had no sleep for months. 

“His dream is still alive, but the process of waking up is going to be difficult,” Fainu said.

The dream is now happening.

Jim Harbaugh will start coaching at the University of Michigan.

He will be an assistant football coach and a wide receiver.

Jim Harbaugh will be on the sidelines during games.

He can still throw the football, which will be his trademark.

He will be coaching his dream football team, the Michigan Wolverines.

Jim and his wife, Ashleigh, will be in attendance.

Jim’s dream is alive. 

Harbaugh was diagnosed with the aggressive type of cancer on November 13.

He is currently in the hospital undergoing surgery to remove a large tumor in his brain.

The dream that is your dream team is now reality, thanks to the work of a football coach who dreamed…