ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 10: Michigan Wolverines head football coach Jim Harbaugh watches the action during the second quarter of the game against the Northwestern Wildcats on October 10, 2015 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Wolverines defeated the Wildcats 38-0. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh remains unsatisfied with what happened before the Wolverines’ game at Michigan State on Saturday afternoon.There was an incident between the Spartans and some Wolverines’ players during MSU’s pregame walk across the field. Harbaugh and Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio continue to go at each other in response.Michigan State released a statement on Monday afternoon, claiming that Michigan’s players shouldn’t have been on the field during the pregame walk.Harbaugh claims Michigan State is not being truthful in its statement. He is calling for the Big Ten to get involved.Michigan’s head coach wants an investigation.“That is not (true),” Harbaugh said of Michigan State’s claims. “There’s a conflict in the explanations. It should be investigated, and I look forward to seeing the outcome of that.”Harbaugh went after Dantonio during his Monday afternoon press conference and he was asked about everything again on Monday night.“You know all my feelings,” Harbaugh said. “You know what I think. That was putting it mildly.”The Michigan-Michigan State game in 2019 should be pretty, pretty good.
Noting that traffic accidents killed an estimated 1.26 million people worldwide in 2000, and “disproportionately affect people in low- and middle-income countries,” the 191-member Assembly said a meeting next April would “increase awareness of the magnitude of the road traffic injury problem at a high level.”The resolution passed today said the meeting would launch a World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention, currently being developed under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO).The resolution also asked the UN specialist to develop recommendations for traffic safety and requested Secretary-General Kofi Annan to submit a report in time for the 2005 General Assembly session.”Road traffic injuries are a preventable and treatable problem,” the Assembly said.