Police investigating threatening tweets that tag U of M football coach Harbaugh

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A MI football player went on a unusual Twitter rant last night against somebody, possibly Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh.

Now, campus police are responding. The tweets have been deleted, but Reddit user Cappy412 took screenshots of multiple messages.

A MI football team spokesman did not immediately return messages seeking comment.

Mbem-Bosse's bio still is live on the Wolverines' website. Let's not forget. Not your friend." and "They sent someone to my crib before.

MI has not yet responded to a request from CBS Sports seeking further clarification on the nature of the tweets or the overall incident itself.

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While it's nearly impossible to make sense of what Mbem-Bosse was talking about, the fact that he referenced gun laws and a morgue should be disturbing enough for police to look into it.

The backstory on this is vague.

However, specifics in this case at the moment are basically non-existent.

University of Michigan Police have started an investigation into a series of Tweets from a former Michigan football player that contained some apparent threats against Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh, according to a report from MLive. He is not listed on Michigan's roster.

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