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Colorado made fun of Jim Harbaugh's roster secrecy by posting a fake depth chart

This is some amazing work.

Hawaii v Michigan Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Colorado is taking on No. 4 Michigan this Saturday (3:30 p.m. ET, Big Ten Network) and the Buffs are already having some fun with the matchup. In light of UM head coach Jim Harbaugh’s no depth chart policy, CU football Sports Information Director Dave Plati decided Colorado wouldn’t release one themselves this week, and gave this hilarious, fake one instead.

Even before the Wolverines’ season opener against Hawaii, Harbaugh told the media that the staff had made a decision on who will start at quarterback, but he wasn’t going to disclose that with the media.

"Yeah, we know who our starting quarterback is, yes," Harbaugh said in early August, via the Detroit Free-Press. "I'll say who our starting quarterback is before Saturday."

Not today?

"Or to you," he said. "I didn't say I was going to say it to you before Saturday."

Clark W. Griswold fits perfectly at tight end, IMO, as does Eric Cartman at left guard, Colorado. Shout out to the Buffs for successfully calling out Harbaugh for his strict, no-depth-chart policies.

Also, Colorado's wearing uniforms against Michigan that reference CU's successful 1994 Hail Mary in Ann Arbor.