Jim Harbaugh storms out of press conference after getting upset with media

Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh (Rob Foldy/Getty Images)
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Jim Harbaugh is already in midseason form … at least when it comes to his press conference style.

The Michigan Wolverines coach revealed Monday that two of his players have been suspended and that the situation would be “handled internally.”

When a reporter asked for details on the suspensions, Harbaugh got upset and refused to give any more information on the situation. The Wolverines coach then followed up with some choice words for the reporter, who was simply trying to do his job.

“That's why I don't give you any information. Because you're never satisfied,” Harbaugh told reporters. “You always want a second question, a third question, a fourth question. I just said we'd handle it internally. Thank you.”

The suspended players in question turned out to be defensive end Shelton Johnson and wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell, according to the Associated Press. While a spokesperson for the the Michigan athletic department confirmed the names of the suspended players, no further details were given.