Glenda Hudson was upset when she heard Jim Harbaugh’s comments on mental health today. Her son, James, left Michigan and claims the NCAA is blocking his immediate eligibility at Cincinnati because he never reported issues at Michigan. For the first time, she’s speaking out: pic.twitter.com/9nTjTbs8wP— Jordan Strack (@JordanStrack) July 20, 2019Last night, former Wolverine player Jared Wangler took to Twitter to defend Harbaugh and implored people to stop letting “mediocre writers and twitter keyboard warriors create a false narrative.”“As someone who played under Coach Harbaugh for four years I can’t sit back and watch writers misconstrue his comments for click-bait and for the uninformed public to run wild with it,” Wangler wrote.“The Michigan Football program does a phenomenal job taking care of their players. Mental health is not something to take lightly nor is it fair to falsely accuse a man of inadequately providing support for his players.”This was really well said. As someone who played under Coach Harbaugh for four years I can’t sit back and watch writers misconstrue his comments for click-bait and for the uninformed public to run wild with it. https://t.co/pEePeNrqcf— Jared Wangler (@Jwangles2) July 20, 2019Coach Harbaugh, along with the rest of the staff, hold players to high standards in an ethical manner. As for the general public, stop letting mediocre writers and twitter keyboard warriors create a false narrative on something they know nothing about.— Jared Wangler (@Jwangles2) July 20, 2019Wangler played for the Wolverines from 2014-18, finishing out his career as a fifth-year senior last fall.His comments will raise some eyebrows, but it is quite clear he’s a big supporter of his coach. PISCATAWAY, NJ – NOVEMBER 10: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines coaches against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights during the third quarter at HighPoint.com Stadium on November 10, 2018 in Piscataway, New Jersey. Michigan won 42-7. (Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images)Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh voiced a number of opinions on the transfer process in college football during Big Ten Media Days last week.Harbaugh advocated for every student-athlete to have the ability to transfer one time without the penalty of sitting out a year, which drew praise from writers and analysts. However, some of his other remarks drew criticism, including from the mother of a former player.In an interview with ESPNU on Friday, Harbaugh questioned some players who claimed to be transferring because of mental health issues. In response, the mother of Michigan transfer OL James Hudson spoke out, saying she was disappointed by the comments not only as a mother but as a mental health professional.Hudson is claiming the NCAA won’t give him a waiver to play immediately this season at Cincinnati because he did not report any mental health issues while at Michigan.