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The allure of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady who is a six-time Super Bowl champion won’t die down anytime soon.

He will be the talk all offseason. With that in mind, University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh says “it’s time” to put a statue of Brady somewhere on their campus.

This is quite the honor for Brady who once served as an honorary team captain for one of the Woverine’s football games.

The statue would obviously make for an inspirational piece to motivate Michigan’s college players and show that the sky is the limit for those planning to move on to the NFL.

Now it would appear just finding the exact location to place the Brady statue will be the next task at hand.

Harbaugh also said he wants to invite Brady back to serve as captain to another game.

Brady played for the Wolverines from 1996-1999, but didn’t start a game until his third season in Michigan.