Melvin .g Tucker II was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Cleveland Heights High School where he was a football standout. He then attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he played defensive back for the Wisconsin Badgers football team. He graduated in 1995 with a degree in agricultural business management. He signed a contract with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League after graduation but fell ill during training camp due to chickenpox and was cut from the team. After the CFL, he sold meat from the back of his trunk as a job after college, Michigan State Spartans became a total disaster this season and made Jim Harbagh look like a legend. Why this win against Ohio State completely changes narrative about Michigan football, Jim Harbaugh and his fututre. Entering the seventh year of his star-crossed tenure at Michigan, the black mark on Jim Harbaugh’s coaching record appeared written in indelible ink: Losing to Ohio State had become habit and his greatest stigma. His five failures in “The Game” contributed to the program’s downturn, dented his reputation and left him with little recourse beyond signing a reduced contract extension this past January. But Harbaugh, nicknamed “Captain Comeback” as a player, launched one of the most unlikely turnarounds this season. A team many predicted to finish near .500 instead reached double-digit victories. The stunning ascent was eventually capped with a surprising — perhaps even shocking — upset of the Buckeyes on Saturday.
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