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    Jim and John Harbaugh may be the highest-profile coaching brothers in the country. And yes, they look a lot alike. But no, they’re not twins. John has all the older brother bragging rights, but Jim probably got all the younger sibling special treatment. John also has the Super Bowl trump card, having defeated his baby brother in the 2013 edition of the big game. But regardless of who’s older, they’ve both carved out strong coaching careers. The elder brother, John, started his coaching career in college before moving to the pros and holding down a decade-plus-long tenure as the Ravens’ head coach. Jim, on the other hand, began coaching in the NFL before shifting back to college, and after one NFL pit stop, he’s back in the amateur ranks as the head coach at Michigan. Here’s more to know about the Harbaugh coaching family. MORE: The NFL’s highest-paid coaches in...
    Michigan basketball is thriving under Juwan Howard while Michigan football has languished in mediocrity under Jim Harbaugh.  Juwan Howard is what Michigan hoped Jim Harbaugh would be. Next: Top 25 college basketball rivalries For more NCAA basketball news, analysis, opinion and features, check out more from the FanSided college basketball section to stay on top of the latest action.
    Michigan has decided to stick with coach Jim Harbaugh, finalizing a new, five-year deal that cuts his guaranteed compensation but gives him an opportunity to make up for the financial loss if he can start winning championships. BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – NOVEMBER 07: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines on the field before the game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium on November 07, 2020 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) The school will pay him $4 million in 2021 with a chance to make nearly $8 million in the fifth year of his contract, according to the memorandum of understanding signed by Harbaugh and athletic director Warde Manuel on Friday. Harbaugh can make $1 million for winning the Big Ten title and another $1 million for winning the national championship along with other bonuses he will earn if he can improve the team’s success on...
    Paul Finebaum is not a fan of Jim Harbaugh or the Michigan football program’s direction. Jim Harbaugh took a massive pay cut to receive a multi-year extension to remain the Michigan football head coach, but all this means to ESPN’s Paul Finebaum is that the Wolverines are no longer interested in winning championships. “As far as Harbaugh, it’s the strangest marriage in the history of matrimony, how these two sides could find some commonality,” said Finebaum on WJOX FM Monday. “But it also shows you why Michigan is not a winner any longer on the top level of college football, nor will it be a winner as long as Jim Harbaugh is the head coach.”Here is to five more years of khaki pants and no trips to Indianapolis whatsoeverSince Harbaugh arrived back at his alma mater in 2015, Michigan has never won the Big Ten East. Though the arch rival Ohio...
    Michigan football has found its new defensive coordinator with Jim Harbaugh plucking one of John Harbaugh’s top assistants with the Ravens. Now that Michigan football has signed Jim Harbaugh to a new five-year contract extension, the Wolverines can focus on rebuilding his staff. After firing Don Brown at the end of last season, Michigan football has a vacancy for a new defensive coordinator, but that position is expected to be filled as soon as the NFL playoffs come to an end.Michigan football to hire Mike Macdonald as new defensive coordinatorAccording to Matt Zenitz of Al.com, Michigan is targeting former Georgia coach and current Baltimore Ravens linebackers coach, Mike Macdonald. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports, the expectation is that Macdonald will take the job as soon as the Ravens finish their season. The Ravens play the Tennessee Titans on Sunday in the NFL playoffs, so depending on the outcome, a final...
    Investigators combing through massive US Capitol crime scene following riot Biden plans to release of nearly all available vaccine doses to speed inoculations Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh signs extension through 2025 at lower base salary CORRECTION & CLARRIFICATION: A prior version of this story misstated the length of Jim Harbaugh's extension with Michigan.  National Championship Preview: How Ohio State can take down Alabama USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next State Farm Stadium to become a mass COVID-19 vaccination site KNXV Phoenix, AZ Jim Harbaugh after signing extension at Michigan: We have a plan WXYZ Detroit, MI Central Ohio school districts share drivers to keep buses running WBNS Columbus Tiger Woods Former Mistress Speaks Out 10 Years Later in New HBO Documentary ETonline Central Ohio schools prepare for COVID-19 vaccine...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has inked an extension. The Wolverines announced late Friday afternoon that Harbaugh had agreed to an extension through the 2025 season. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) OFFICIAL: Warde Manuel Announces Contract Extension for Coach Jim Harbaugh » https://t.co/UZKP40GZJ8 — Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) January 8, 2021 According to Rainer Sabin, Harbaugh’s base salary will start at $4 million with annual increases and a very low buyout. Jim Harbaugh new contract details: 2021 base salary: $4 million; buyout $4 million 2022 base salary: $4,101,850; buyout $3 million 2023 base salary: $4,206,756; buyout $2 million 2024 base salary: $4,314,808; buyout $1 million 2025 base salary: $4,426,102; $0 — Rainer Sabin (@RainerSabin) January 8, 2021 I wish you could all see the smile on my face right now. I’m literally watching “Friday Night Lights,” drinking a Busch Light and grinning....
    Man in Pelosi desk photo, others arrested from Capitol siege United Airlines latest to end free travel for emotional-support animals Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh signs extension through 2026 at lower base salary Jim Harbaugh is staying with Michigan football. National Championship Preview: How Ohio State can take down Alabama USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Officials announce Josh Blankenship as next head coach for Broken Arrow Tigers KJRH Tulsa, OK Suspect In November 2020 Turlock Homicide Arrested In Oklahoma CBS Sacramento Artistic Dance Center in Doral is hiring instructors for their new fitness program WSFL Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL A look back at the 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl between Ohio State and Alabama The Palm Beach Post Kyle Pitts wins Mackey Award as nation’s top tight end SMG ACC...
    14 passengers banned by airline after rowdy flight from DC to Seattle Biden introduces Cabinet secretaries, asks Congress to move quickly on COVID relief Ohio State trolls Michigan over Jim Harbaugh extension Michigan had another disappointing season in 2020, but Jim Harbaugh is not going anywhere. The coach signed an extension with the school this week, and some Wolverines fans have questioned the move. Michigan’s biggest rival seems quite pleased, however. © Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh was the butt of an Ohio State Buckeyes joke thanks to his expected extension. The Athletic’s Nick Baumgardner reported on Thursday that Harbaugh is finalizing a five-year contract extension with Michigan that will pay him a base salary of $4 million. That is a significant decrease in pay, though incentives could bring the number up to $8 million. Bleacher Report tweeted the news, and the official account...
    Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has reportedly signed a five-year extension, a move that was met with applause in all the wrong places. Ohio State trolled the move on its social media account with the meme du jour of running back Trey Sermon. And why not? Nothing has changed. Harbaugh was hired on Dec. 29, 2014. Ohio State beat Oregon for the first CFP championship two weeks later. Six seasons later, the Buckeyes are playing for another national title and Harbaugh — who is 0-5 in “The Game” — is still trying to close that gap. Harbaugh’s hire was met with over-the-top hype, but he has yet to meet those expectations. The turning point was a 30-27 double-overtime loss to Ohio State on Nov. 26, 2016, a game defined by “The Spot.” The Wolverines have never really been close after that. MORE: Harbaugh contract extension talk prompts celebration from Ohio...
    Ohio State found some humor in Michigan bringing Jim Harbaugh back. Not only did Urban Meyer and Ryan Day turn Ohio State into one of the premier programs in the country once again, but they did so while bulldozing the rest of the Big Ten, with Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines often ending up as a splat mark on the Buckeyes’ windshield. With Michigan prepared to run it back with Harbaugh on a new, five-year contract, the Buckeyes couldn’t contain their excitement. After it was made public that Harbaugh intends to sign a five-year contract extension to remain at Michigan, the Buckeyes Twitter account “liked” a tweet containing that news. When called out for it, OSU replied with a smug image of running back Trey Sermon giggling at the camera during the Sugar Bowl. https://t.co/Sj5qia6bT8 pic.twitter.com/ryLKhJmYdx — Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) January 8, 2021 Ohio State has had their...
    Jim Harbaugh won’t be making as much in his new contract. Despite a disappointing 2020 season and the feeling that the program has underachieved of late, Michigan decided that head coach Jim Harbaugh is the right man to get Michigan back to their status as a blue-blood, rewarding him as such with a four-year contract. Unfortunately for Harbaugh, he’ll have to coach at a heavily discounted price when compared to the lofty deal he signed after leaving the San Francisco 49ers. Per The Athletic, Harbaugh’s contract will have a base salary of around $4 million, which is much more economical than his old deal. Source tells The Athletic Michigan and Jim Harbaugh are close to finalizing a five-year deal — expected base salary is $4 million. With incentives, he could get it back to $8 million. Buyout is expected to be low. Harbaugh hasnt signed. Is expected to soon....
    It seems Jim Harbaugh will remain a Michigan man, and Ohio State couldn’t be happier. Multiple reports late Thursday suggested that Harbaugh was close to finalizing a five-year extension that would see him make $4 million in base salary per year, and up to $8 million per year in incentives. The news came after weeks of speculation regarding his future as the Wolverines coach following a 2-4 season and reported interest from NFL teams. Ohio State’s official football account saw the news and immediately took the opportunity to dunk on Michigan: MORE: Alabama-Ohio State odds, predictions, betting trends That’s not even the worst of it. After Bleacher Report’s revelation, the Buckeyes doubled down with an image of a smirking Trey Sermon: Oof. Ohio State has room to brag, though. The Buckeyes are 5-0 all time against Harbaugh since he took over at Michigan in 2015, part of a stretch...
    Jim Harbaugh and Michigan are reportedly on the verge of inking an extension. According to Nick Baumgardner, the Wolverines and Harbaugh are close to agreeing to a five-year extension with a base salary of $4 million. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) With incentives, the reported deal could be worth $8 million annually. The specific buyout number isn’t known, but Baumgardner reported that it’s “low.” Source tells The Athletic Michigan and Jim Harbaugh are close to finalizing a five-year deal — expected base salary is $4 million. With incentives, he could get it back to $8 million. Buyout is expected to be low. Harbaugh hasn’t signed. Is expected to soon. — Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) January 8, 2021 Another day goes by in the world of college football, and we have another update with Jim Harbaugh. When is this situation finally going to be...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is reportedly trying to get back to the NFL. According to Jordan Strack, the head coach of the Wolverines is “actively” trying to find a job in the NFL after another disappointing year at Michigan. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) A source tells me Jim Harbaugh has been actively working to find a NFL job. That has been the #1 thing holding him up on him signing an extension at Michigan. This isn’t exactly the most shocking news, but his desire right now is certainly to return to the NFL. — Jordan Strack (@JordanStrack) January 4, 2021 This situation with Harbaugh is starting to get a bit absurd. We have reports flying all over the place. First, it was reported that a deal had been done, then it was that an extension was imminent and we’re now...
    Early vaccination in prisons proves politically charged Two men with parachutes leap from a hotel roof in Nashville Michigans Eternal Commitment to Jim Harbaugh Isnt About Actually Winning No one likes the person who makes a habit of taking victory laps, but considering the ridiculous things that were said in 2015 when Michigan opted to bring favored son Jim Harbaugh back into the mix, it's worth mentioning two predictions published on this here website which have aged beautifully and not necessarily needed any tweaking. © Provided by The Big Lead Joe Robbins/Getty Images The first: Harbaugh would be an overall disappointment and fall far short of the national titles forecast by so many excited FS1 hot-takers. The second: that it wouldn't matter because Harbaugh was essentially signing a contract with the tacit understanding that he could stay as long as he liked, provided he do the one thing...
    Ohio State football fans were already having a delightful weekend after their team clobbered Clemson in the College Football Playoff, and their collective mood received another boost Saturday when a chance to mock rival Michigan opened up. The Wolverines are “optimistic” they can extend struggling coach Jim Harbaugh through 2026, according to The Athletic. The report of a contract renewal drew mockery from people who believe him incapable of ever making his program a real threat to the Buckeyes. Harbaugh is coming off his worst season in Ann Arbor — Michigan went 2-4 despite entering the year ranked No. 16. He has never beaten Ohio State. Michigan is banking on a swift turnaround and perhaps figuring it can’t do better at this juncture. Financial terms of Harbaugh’s potential deal have not been reported. SOURCE: There is optimism inside Michigan that Jim Harbaugh’s new deal will get wrapped up soon with an extension thru...
    If Jim Harbaugh hired Tom Herman to coach on his Michigan offense, the world would explode.Tom Herman needs a job after being fired by the Texas Longhorns and all the money in the world on Jim Harbaugh‘s potential extension at Michigan is not going to make his mediocre offense any better. But what if I told you these two Urban Meyer haters united to make the Michigan Wolverines great again? For this to happen, Harbaugh would have to either demote or fire current offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, but the college football world deserves the holy triumvirate of Harbaugh, Herman and Will Muschamp as defensive coordinator on one team. In this economy? This would be FUN: Hey, Tom! How are you? Jim Harbaugh here. Want to come to Ann Arbor and call some ball plays?? — Matt Barrie (@MattBarrie) January 2, 2021 Think of the message boards if Michigan hires HermanWhile winning is...
    Jim Harbaugh is getting a contract extension from the Michigan Wolverines here very soon.In a total galaxy brain maneuver, Jim Harbaugh is in the process of getting a multi-year extension to keep coaching the Michigan football team through 2026. For a guy who has yet to develop a single quarterback at his alma mater since 2015 or win the Big Ten East once, Harbaugh has convinced the University of Michigan he is worth more than every penny. If this is Michigan’s counter to the Texas Longhorns firing Tom Herman, only to replace him with Steve Sarkisian in the same news cycle, are we sure we can classify this as well-played? Is Michigan handing out free money to ring in the new year or what?Michigan did not win a game in The Big House this season, but that did not stop the university thinking about giving Harbaugh more money to wear...
    Jim Harbaugh is close to signing a contract extension that’ll keep him as the Michigan football coach through 2026. Michigan’s 2020 football season didn’t go as planned for head coach Jim Harbaugh and their fans. After winning their season opener, Michigan would go on to lose four of their next five games of the season, before their final three contests were canceled due to COVID-19. With a 2-4 record, many Michigan football fans expected the university to part ways with Harbaugh and start anew. That won’t be the case. According to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic, there’s optimism that Michigan and Harbaugh will come to an agreement on a contract extension that will keep the head coach in Ann Arbor through 2026.Jim Harbaugh hasn’t lived up to the hype as the Michigan football coachThere have been reports throughout the season that athletic director Warde Manuel and Harbaugh were discussing a...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh’s extension is reportedly huge. According to Bruce Feldman, there is “optimism” that an extension through the 2026 season will be done very soon. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) SOURCE: There is optimism inside Michigan that Jim Harbaugh’s new deal will get wrapped up soon with an extension thru 2026. — Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) January 2, 2021 Gbmwolverine.com had previously reported that Chris Balas had said that a deal between the two sides is already done, but there’s been no official announcement just yet.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Michigan Football (@umichfootball) This is honestly shocking to me. It’s absolutely bewildering. All season, all we were told was that Michigan was absolutely getting rid of Harbaugh. Nobody thought he was coming back. Now, he’s getting an extension through 2026? Yeah, that’s...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is reportedly staying in Ann Arbor. According to Gbmwolverine.com, Rivals’ Chris Balas has reported that Harbaugh and the Wolverines have reached an extension. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) There had been chatter for a couple weeks about an extension, and it’s now apparently a done deal.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Michigan Football (@umichfootball) As a Wisconsin fan, allow me to be the first to congratulate Michigan on this amazing decision! I love it so much. There’s nothing I want to see for years to come more than Harbaugh continuing to disappoint on the national stage. It warms my soul.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Michigan Football (@umichfootball) Secondly, how pissed are Michigan fans right now? They all thought Harbaugh was gone and that...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has reportedly started conversations on his future. According to Angelique Chengelis, the two sides are meeting to figure out if Harbaugh will stick around in Ann Arbor. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Jim Harbaugh, Warde Manuel meeting to discuss coach’s future at Michigan. From @chengelis (subscription required) —https://t.co/n2dkBsep1g pic.twitter.com/Hr256unAk5 — Detroit News Sports (@detnews_sports) December 17, 2020 Manuel and Harbaugh meeting today, source confirms…….where will this go?? ⬇️⬇️ https://t.co/9s5DOjJb17 — angelique (@chengelis) December 17, 2020 Nick Baumgardner reported that the two sides met Thursday, and the goal is to find a resolution before January rolls around. That means Michigan’s leadership and Harbaugh have less than two weeks to figure it out. Sources: Michigan AD Warde Manuel and Jim Harbaugh have begun to meet (with the season now over) about the coach’s contract. They’ve talked today. At...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh doesn’t sound like he plans on leaving. There’s been a ton of chatter surrounding Harbaugh’s future plans with the Wolverines after another incredibly disappointing season. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Well, it sounds like he wants to stick around in Ann Arbor. According to Tom VanHaaren, Harbaugh told the media talks about his contract have come up with recruits and the Michigan coach said, “My plan is (I’m) committed to Michigan.” Harbaugh said conversations with recruits have come up about his contract. Harbaugh said, “My plan is (I’m) committed to Michigan. Have been and will remain. Warde and I will talk at the end of the season on the current contract and that’s the truth, that’s where it stands.” — Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) December 14, 2020 I had a phone call with a huge Michigan fan last...
    Jim Harbaugh expects to be the head coach at Michigan in 2021. The Michigan Wolverines took two massive steps back this year after a small step in the right direction in 2019, and the extremely unusual season might’ve been the only thing that many assumed would protect Jim Harbaugh from an unceremonious firing. However, based on what Harbaugh expects to go down in the coming days, Michigan remains so committed to him that they’re willing to give him a hefty new contract extension. ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren is reporting that Harbaugh is telling prospective recruits about how he is “committed” to Michigan and expects to sign a new contract.Jim Harbaugh had his worst season at Michigan in 2020The coronavirus-altered season has presented plenty of challenges for all college football coaches, but Harbaugh’s performance this year was simply unacceptable. Harbaugh and the Wolverines went just 2-4, with one of those wins coming...
    Getty Jim Harbaugh before Michigan vs. Michigan State in 2019. The Detroit Lions are looking for a new coach and a man with NFL experience resides just down the road in Ann Arbor in the form of Jim Harbaugh. As a result, many are drawing the parallels between the Lions and the former Super Bowl coach. Just because Harbaugh could be looking toward a return to the league doesn’t mean he has spoken with the Lions ownership at this point in time, however. This week, Harbaugh was asked if he has ever had a connection with Detroit owner Shiela Ford Hamp. He quickly admitted the answer to that question was no, all but shutting down the potential for any early rumors to develop between the sides. Jim Harbaugh was asked Monday if he's met or had any general conversations with Lions owner Sheila Ford Hamp. "No I have...
    Jim Harbaugh says his Michigan football players really wanted to play in The Game this year.Michigan couldn’t play Ohio State but Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh says they wanted to. Well, this is not an episode of According to Jim, Jim. People are going to think the Michigan Wolverines are ducking the heavily-favored Ohio State Buckeyes this season due to a COVID-19 outbreak. Yes, Michigan has had issues with the virus for well over a week now, but people are going to tin-foil hat it as long as they can still go to the grocery store. Harbaugh said everyone who could play wanted to play. Jim Harbaugh: “The players to a man wanted to play this game.” — Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) December 8, 2020 Michigan was down 45 players due to COVID cases, contact tracing and injuriesAt 2-4, this has been a disastrous season for the Wolverines. While they were not expected...
    Michigan has reportedly discussed a contract extension with football coach Jim Harbaugh. According to John Bacon, athletic director Warde Manuel “has discussed” with Harbaugh about accepting a lower base salary and buyout, but “large incentives” for how the Wolverines do on the field. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Bacon also reported that “at least five NFL teams” have interest in the Michigan coach. What we know so far, from solid sources: UM AD Warde Manuel has discussed with Jim Harbaugh a new contract with lower base salary and buyout, though with good provisions to hire top assistants and large incentives for performance. (1/2) — John U. Bacon (@Johnubacon) December 8, 2020 Harbaugh can now accept, negotiate, or decline. At least five NFL teams have expressed an interest in hiring him – per usual – though not clear if any have made firm...
    Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel and head coach Jim Harbaugh are reportedly discussing a contract extension. It’s no secret that the Michigan Wolverines have had a disappointing 2020 campaign. After starting the season with a huge win over Minnesota, the Wolverines lost three of their next four games. During their skid, Wolverines fans have called for the university to part ways with head coach Jim Harbaugh, but that would be hard due to his lofty buyout fee. In fact, there was talk that Michigan was more likely to extend Harbaugh than to fire him. As it turns out, that was true. According to New York Times bestselling author John U. Bacon, Harbaugh and athletic director Warde Manuel have discussed a possible contract extension that lowers his base salary and buyout fee but includes “good provisions to hire top assistants and large incentives with performance.” Harbaugh can now accept, negotiate, or...
    In the words of Jake from State Farm: Uh, khakis? Jim Harbaugh’s University of Michigan tenure hasn’t exactly gone as planned: After an unceremonius end to his 49ers career, Harbaugh made a return to the college ranks, and his sixth season is proving to be his worst with Michigan. There are some conflicting reports regarding Harbaugh’s future in Michigan: At 2-4 and sinking, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio says that Harbaugh’s tenure in Ann Arbor could soon come to an end. Others have reported that Harbaugh is rumored, expected to — or has already — signed an extension to remain Wolverines head coach for the foreseeable future. MORE: SN’s latest NFL mock draft for 2021 While the trend in the NFL is to hire a young, hot-shot coordinator, youth is not a guarantee of innovation. Harbaugh, for all the disrespect and criticism — some warranted — in recent years, the fact remains...
    Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images) If Jim Harbaugh were to leave Michigan football, hopefully it is not for one of these NFL teams.There is a chance Jim Harbaugh could leave his alma mater to lead an NFL team once again. After leading the San Francisco 49ers for four seasons in the early 2010s, Harbaugh went back to the Michigan Wolverines in the final days of 2014 to fix the mess created by his predecessor Brady Hoke. Six years later and it feels like Harbaugh is running out of time in Ann Arbor. Though he will not leave for another college job, he could make a return to the NFL in 2021 if he wants to.3 NFL teams that should not hire Jim Harbaugh ahead of 2021 season 3 Detroit Lions NFC North Haven’t their fans have been through enough already?The Detroit Lions are one of...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is reportedly preparing to return to the NFL. With the Wolverines sitting at a pathetic 2-4 with a final game against Ohio State next Saturday, there’s a very good chance that Harbaugh’s time in Ann Arbor is over. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Well, he reportedly feels the same way. According to ProFootballTalk, the Michigan coach is “eyeing a return to the NFL.” “There’s disdain from the process by some. To us that’s the whole ballgame,” Jim Harbaugh said about Michigan on Monday. “I think sometimes outside of the program, I think people are very results-oriented. The process to us is very important.” pic.twitter.com/JTCbJqVPaL — Brad Galli (@BradGalli) December 1, 2020 This has seemed obvious for a long time. Michigan is having an absolutely atrocious season. They’re the worst they’ve ever been under Harbaugh. Not only are...
    A two-win 2020 season might actually get Jim Harbaugh an extension with Michigan football.As odd as it sounds, Jim Harbaugh is more likely to sign an extension than get fired. The Michigan Wolverines had their Week 14 vs. the Maryland Terrapins canceled due to COVID-19. While the Wolverines may not have a single home victory to show for the 2020 campaign, there is a better chance Harbaugh not only returns for the seventh season in Ann Arbor but gets an extension rather than the University of Michigan terminating its former starting quarterback. A limited NFL market is the biggest reason he will stay at Michigan in 2021Harbaugh notoriously never sticks anywhere for very long. Whether it was at San Diego, Stanford or in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers, Harbaugh never spent more than half a decade in a place prior to being hired by Michigan in 2015. His...
    There is a chance Jim Harbaugh could be back with Michigan football in 2021. Michigan football and head coach Jim Harbaugh may not split at the end of the season after all. Michigan has to be completely honest with itself here. Any uncertainty surrounding him 100 percent not being the guy means he will get another season. This is a COVID year and one where a proven head coach like Harbaugh could get the benefit of the doubt. Simply put, Michigan will have to know Campbell will come to Ann Arbor and will be better than Harbaugh right away in 2021. The case for keeping Harbaugh at Michigan is a bleak one, but there is a pathway for him to return. Next: 50 best college football uniforms For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to...
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    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh recently made an incredibly tone-deaf comment. In a Twitter video posted Tuesday by Brad Galli, Harbaugh seemed to lament people who don’t believe in his process in Ann Arbor. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) With the Wolverines sitting at 2-4, Harbaugh told the media in part, “Outside of the program, I think people are very results-oriented. The process to us is very important. Process not as important outside of the program.” You can watch his full comments below. “There’s disdain from the process by some. To us that’s the whole ballgame,” Jim Harbaugh said about Michigan on Monday. “I think sometimes outside of the program, I think people are very results-oriented. The process to us is very important.” pic.twitter.com/JTCbJqVPaL — Brad Galli (@BradGalli) December 1, 2020 Okay, Harbaugh is just screwing with us at this point, right?...
    CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine After Decision in N.Y. Case, Kentucky School Asks SCOTUS to Nix COVID-19 Restrictions and Reopen Religious Schools Listen to Jim Harbaugh Painfully Drag Michigans Wreckage Across Rock Bottom There was a time not so long ago that the average American couldn't turn on any college football content without being blindsided by a number of predictions promising multiple national championships for Jim Harbaugh in Ann Arbor. The first of those came around six years ago and persisted, stunningly, up until a few weeks ago before the Wolverines allowed their little brothers from East Lansing to beat them once again. © Provided by The Big Lead Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Michigan now sits at 2-4 with an uncertain future. Harbaugh is in the penultimate year of his deal and has done very little on the field...
    Michigan football paused team activities out of an abundance of caution after getting presumptive positive COVID tests. There are just a few weeks remaining in the college football season but many are struggling to get to the finish line. Count Michigan football among those faced with COVID issues, which are spreading rapidly throughout the nation and college football is not immune. The Wolverines paused all team activities on Monday and will be holding everything virtually, Jim Harbaugh said after receiving some tests that are presumed to be positive. “Today, out of an abundance of caution, Michigan football is gonna hold everything virtually,” Harbaugh said. “We had an increased number of presumptive positives that are awaiting confirmation.”Jim Harbaugh and Michigan football are on pauseHarbaugh says the team is taking things day by day as they deal with the virus and the safety protocols put in place. “Like everything, it just goes...
    Francia Raisa Reacts to Saved by the Bell Reboot Mocking Selena Gomezs Kidney Transplant Amazon’s Massive 2020 Holiday Ex-Michigan star Brian Griese wants Jim Harbaugh fired Michigan has essentially been good but not great during the majority of Jim Harbaugh’s tenure as head coach, and former Wolverines star Brian Griese feels a coaching change needs to be made in Ann Arbor. © Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports A former Michigan star has had enough of Jim Harbaugh. Following Michigan’s 27-17 loss to Penn State on Saturday, Griese took to Twitter to call for Harbaugh to be fired. The “Monday Night Football” analyst shared a screenshot of some unflattering stats from Harbaugh’s time in Michigan and wrote “Enough is enough!” Enough is enough! pic.twitter.com/5DHEmmwLPm — Brian Griese (@briangriese) November 29, 2020 Griese won a championship at Michigan in 1997 and was named Rose Bowl MVP in 1998. As you can see...
    Tony Hsieh, former Zappos CEO, dies at 46 after being injured in house fire US deaths projected to double soon Lions Should Just Pile It On And Hire Jim Harbaugh The Detroit Lions now find themselves lacking a head coach and general manager after firing Matt Patricia and Bob Quinn following three years of utter ineptitude. Lions fans will know that this is more likely to lead to more losing than it is a franchise turnaround. © Provided by The Big Lead Jim Harbaugh | Nic Antaya/Getty Images With that in mind, the Lions should just pile it on and hire that guy down the street. Jim Harbaugh is in the midst of another disappointing season for the Michigan Wolverines. Several years of proof suggest that Harbaugh might be more fit for the professional football life than at the amateur level. He was great for the San Francisco...
    The Detroit Lions have a need for a new head coach, so could they hire the coach at the University of Michigan with Jim Harbaugh staying in the state? Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh is expected to draw interest from NFL teams this offseason. Could one of those interested teams be from the same state he’s coached for the last handful of years? The Detroit Lions fired Matt Patricia and general manager Bob Quinn on Saturday afternoon while the Wolverines trailed Penn State and appear likely to lose to the winless Nittany Lions.Could the Lions hire Jim Harbaugh?Harbaugh’s time in Ann Arbor is expected to come to an end at the end of the season, but wouldn’t it be some cruel fate for Michigan football fans who double as Lions fans if they see their college coach they hated become the coach of the NFL team they root for? As...
    As Matt Nagy possibly nears the end of his tenure, the Chicago Bears may have an ideal replacement fall into their laps with Jim Harbaugh. The Chicago Bears started the season 5-1, but they had to win some tougher games before people bought in. Four straight losses heading into their Week 11 bye dropped them to 5-5, and there are job security questions for head coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace. Any lingering perception of Nagy as a great offensive mind is gone. The Bears are 31st in the league in scoring offense (19.1 points per game) and total offense (300.9 yards per game). Nagy finally ceded play-calling to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor in Week 10 against the Minnesota Vikings. That yielded six offensive points and 149 yards of offense. The Bears could still make the playoffs this year, with the Detroit Lions, the Houston Texans, the Vikings...
    New York Jets: Should the Jets target Jim Harbaugh? By: Christopher Reiss November 22, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Jets are the worst football team currently in the NFL. They have a chance to go winless this season. The Jets have not fired their current head coach Adam Gase. There have been a few names that have emerged in the conversation, but this has been a name that has emerged since 2009. The New York Jets have been linked with Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh for the past three head coaching searches. But in 2020, it seems like the stars have aligned to get Harbaugh back into the NFL. Unfortunate timing In 2009, the Jets secretly interviewed Harbaugh. Ultimately the Jets went with Rex Ryan, who was the coach at Stanford University. Two years later, in 2011, the 49ers signed Harbaugh to be...
    Where can you find “enthusiasm unknown to mankind?” It’s seemingly everywhere but Michigan in the Big Ten in 2020. It’s at Northwestern, where Pat Fitzgerald led the “Fighting Rece Davises” to a 17-7 victory against Wisconsin. It’s at Indiana, where Tom Allen’s postgame speech after a 49-42 loss to Ohio State received the viral treatment. It’s implicit at Ohio State, where a 49-42 victory feels like a loss because of the national championship expectations in Columbus. It was at Rutgers, too, under first-year coach Greg Schiano — before the Wolverines rallied from a 17-point deficit and fought through triple overtime for an exhausting 48-42 victory against the Scarlet Knights. MORE: Sporting News’ Playoff projections after Week 12 That circles back to Ann Arbor and sixth-year coach Jim Harbaugh and the everlasting what-to-do question after a 2-3 start to the season. Harbaugh didn’t make promises when he took the job...
    Cade McNamara entered in relief of a struggling Joe Milton, earning the trust of head coach Jim Harbaugh who may have saved his job with the quarterback change. The Michigan Wolverines appeared to be on the verge of losing their fourth-straight game of the season on Saturday evening. To make matters worse, they were losing to the former punching bags of the Big Ten in the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Michigan looked to be in for a rough night, as they trailed 17-0 in the second quarter. Quarterback Joe Milton was struggling from the get-go, and a loss would all but confirm that head coach Jim Harbaugh would be shown the door at the end of the 2020 season. Many a Michigan football fan was no doubt envisioning his replacement. Harbaugh opted to bench Milton in favor of one Cade McNamara, and the sophomore led the Wolverines to a 48-42 triple-overtime...
    Jim Harbaugh and Michigan hung on to beat Rutgers in a triple-overtime thriller Saturday night, 48-42. Michigan received a brilliant performance to save Harbaugh from suffering what could have been the worst loss in his coaching tenure with the Wolverines. JIM HARBAUGH SCRUTINIZED AS MICHIGAN GOES BEHIND EARLY AGAINST RUTGERS McNamara came in for Joe Milton with the Wolverines down 17 points in the first half and threw four touchdown passes and ran for one more in double overtime. He finished 27-for-36 with 260 passing yards. McNamara and the rushing attack led by Hassan Haskins was clutch for Michigan. Haskins’ lone rushing touchdown came in the third overtime period and it proved to be the game-winner. Rutgers got a gutsy performance from Noah Vedral and the offense. NORTHWESTERN'S DEFENSE LOCKS DOWN WISCONSIN, PICK UP VITAL BIG TEN VICTORY Down eight points in the fourth quarter, Vedral somehow found Aron Cruickshank...
    Jim Harbaugh was under fire as his Michigan football team went down 17-7 to Rutgers at halftime of their Big Ten matchup Saturday. Rutgers was up 17-0 at one point before the Wolverines made a change at quarterback and subbed Cade McNamara in for Joe Milton. McNamara led Michigan down the field to score their first touchdown of the game in the second quarter. COASTAL CAROLINA KEEPS UNDEFEATED DREAM SEASON INTACT WITH CLOSE WIN OVER APPALACHIAN STATE But it wasn’t enough to satisfy a hungry Michigan fan base that has seen its team lose three of the first four games of the season despite starting the year ranked. #FireHarbaugh began to trend on social media with fans and alumni ripping the team. OHIO STATE SURVIVES TOUGH CHALLENGE FROM INDIANA, REMAINS UNDEFEATED If that wasn’t enough, Rutgers only has one win against Michigan in six all-time matchups. The win came in...
    NY Post composite; Getty Images After a peaceful week without having to watch the Jets lose a game, it’s back to the grind. The 0-9 Jets look to keep the tank for Trevor Lawrence alive when they take on the 2-7 Chargers. The Jets have become the “get right” game for every team they face. If you’re struggling, the best cure is taking on Adam Gase’s team. While the Chargers have found new heartbreaking ways to lose every week, they enter Sunday’s matchup against Gang Green as 9.5-point favorites. To preview the game, talk about Jim Harbaugh as a head coaching option, drop a Jets rap and have a long conversation with Mark Sanchez, we bring you a brand new episode of “Gang’s All Here” podcast with Brian Costello and me. SUBSCRIBE ON:          Gang’s All Here Opening Segment with Jake & Coz:  Jim Harbaugh as a...
    As Michigan and Jim Harbaugh move toward a likely parting, they could find his successor in the Big 12. The Michigan Wolverines dropped to 1-3 on the season with a blowout loss to Wisconsin last Saturday. The heat on head coach Jim Harbaugh is at fever pitch, as his contract expires after the 2021 season and talk about an extension has apparently been tabled for now. Harbaugh could head back to the NFL, where there will be options for him (New York Jets, Houston Texans, Chicago Bears, among others.). A mutual parting of ways with his alma mater might be best for both sides. If Michigan and Harbaugh do split after the season, who might be the next Wolverines’ coach? On Monday’s episode of ESPN’s CFB Podcast with Herbie, Pollack and Neghandi, Kevin Neghandi offered Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell and Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell as two top...
    Paul Finebaum thinks Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh needs to flee for the NFL. Harbaugh has been in the news nonstop as the Wolverines descend into chaos, and his fate with Michigan was likely sealed last Saturday during a humiliating loss to Wisconsin. Now, Finebaum sees the NFL as his only option. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) “I think Jim Harbaugh’s agent needs to get on the phone, and beg, borrow and steal a job in the NFL because that’s really his only path or route out,” Finebaum said Wednesday during an appearance on ESPN. You can listen to his full comments below. It’s going to be absolutely fascinating to see what Michigan and Harbaugh decide to do in the coming weeks. There’s truly very little time...
    If the Jets begin another coaching search in a few weeks, as most expect they will, a familiar name is sure to come up. Jim Harbaugh has played a role in each of the last three coaching searches conducted by the Jets. There is reason to believe he will be a prominent name mentioned again this time around. Harbaugh is in the midst of the worst season of his coaching career. His Michigan team is 1-3, the school’s worst start since 1967, two years before the legendary Bo Schembechler arrived in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines were embarrassed Saturday by Wisconsin, their 28-0 halftime deficit the largest in the 93-year history of the Big House. It feels like Harbaugh’s time at Michigan is coming to an end. He has one year remaining on his contract after this season, has never beaten rival Ohio State and has failed to develop a quarterback...
    If the Jets begin another coaching search in a few weeks, as most expect they will, a familiar name is sure to come up. Jim Harbaugh has played a role in each of the last three coaching searches conducted by the Jets. There is reason to believe he will be a prominent name mentioned again this time around. Harbaugh is in the midst of the worst season of his coaching career. His Michigan team is 1-3, the school’s worst start since 1967, two years before the legendary Bo Schembechler arrived in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines were embarrassed Saturday by Wisconsin, their 28-0 halftime deficit the largest in the 93-year history of the Big House. It feels like Harbaugh’s time at Michigan is coming to an end. He has one year remaining on his contract after this season, has never beaten rival Ohio State and has failed to develop a quarterback...
    College football insider Paul Finebaum has clearly seen enough of Jim Harbaugh with Michigan after the team’s latest loss to Wisconsin.  What in the world has happened to Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines? The team is always expected to compete for a Big Ten title, but they’ve looked downright awful in 2020 on both sides of the ball. After an impressive 49-21 win at No. 21 Minnesota to begin the season, the Wolverines have since lost three consecutive games, falling to Michigan State, Indiana and Wisconsin. After the loss to the Badgers, college football guru Paul Finebaum made it clear he’s tired of watching this Michigan team, and didn’t hold back in offering up his thoughts against Harbaugh.Paul Finebaum is basically calling for Michigan to move on from Jim Harbaugh“More of the same,” Finebaum said of Harbaugh via 247Sports. “This is a coach that was once respected. And now,...
    Les Miles, LSU Tigers. (Bryon Houlgrave/The Register) Jim Harbaugh is almost certainly done coaching Michigan football after the 2020 season.After 5.5 disappointing seasons, Jim Harbaugh is probably done leading Michigan football. The former Heisman Trophy finalist quarterback of the Michigan Wolverines did help his alma mater return to some degree of respectability in the wake of the Brady Hoke disaster in Ann Arbor. However, six seasons with no Big Ten East titles and almost certainly no win over the arch-rival Ohio State Buckeyes only yields disappointment of the Harbaugh hire by Michigan in 2015. It was universally praised as the perfect hire at the time but hindsight is 20/20 and now we know that perhaps hiring Harbaugh to lead his alma mater wasn’t the best possible decision after all.5 coaches Michigan could have hired over Jim Harbaugh 5 Les Miles Head Coach LSU Tigers If Michigan wanted another Michigan man...
    Paul Finebaum thinks Michigan needs to make a decision on Jim Harbaugh’s future immediately. The Wolverines are currently 1-3 after being humiliated by the Wisconsin Badgers, and just about everyone thinks Harbaugh will leave at the end of the season. However, Finebaum thinks Michigan doesn’t have time to waste. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “You can’t sit around and wait to mid-December, late December or even January when the NFL season is over for Jim Harbaugh to make that call. You have to make that call now,” Finebaum said Monday during an interview on JOX Roundtable when discussing Harbaugh’s fate, according to Saturday Tradition.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) While I understand what Finebaum is saying, I have to disagree with him on this issue. I simply don’t see Michigan firing Harbaugh...
    When Jim Harbaugh returned to Ann Arbor, Michigan envisioned winning its first national title since 1997. Now, the Wolverines will be lucky to finish .500. Spiraling towards their first losing season since 2014, the Wolverines suffered their worst home loss since 1935 in Saturday’s 49-11 blowout against Wisconsin, and are off to their worst start to a season since 1967. In Michigan’s worst-ever defeat to the Badgers, the Wolverines managed to compile just 219 total yards and 10 first downs, while holding possession for less than 20 minutes. Meanwhile, the defense became the first Big Ten team in 15 years to not record a sack or force a turnover in five consecutive halves, according to ESPN. Michigan has lost three straight games since its season-opening win against Minnesota. “Not a good place as a football team right now, and that falls on me,” Harbaugh said after the game. “Got to...
    Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz was very excited after dismantling Michigan 49-11 Saturday night. RAPID REACTION: I told everyone Wisconsin would kill Michigan and end Jim Harbaugh’s career. They laughed. Nobody is laughing anymore. pic.twitter.com/3Oyoh1yZ7C — David Hookstead (@dhookstead) November 15, 2020 Mertz and the Badgers hadn’t played since October 23 because of a coronavirus outbreak within the team, but that didn’t stop them from absolutely destroying Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Following the game, Mertz spoke with Holly Rowe about getting back on the field after 22 days between games, and talked about how the team just had to “stay ready.” You can watch the interview below. Graham Mertz ⁦@BadgerFootball⁩ QB successful return! Here he is postgame pic.twitter.com/qyQrUmH5Tv — Holly Rowe (@sportsiren) November 15, 2020 That’s my quarterback, folks. That’s the man now tasked with...
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    The Wisconsin Badgers pulverized the Michigan Wolverines Saturday night. RAPID REACTION: I told everyone Wisconsin would kill Michigan and end Jim Harbaugh’s career. They laughed. Nobody is laughing anymore. pic.twitter.com/3Oyoh1yZ7C — David Hookstead (@dhookstead) November 15, 2020 I told everyone coming into the game tonight that we would end Harbaugh’s career at Michigan. I told everyone that we’d get the job done behind Graham Mertz and his golden arm. As of this moment, it’s 49-11 as the game winds down. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Nobody wanted to listen. Well, who turned out to be correct? I did because I know more about college football than the idiots in Ann Arbor.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) Despite taking 22 days off from football because of coronavirus, we absolutely smoke Michigan. This wasn’t...
    The Ohio State Buckeyes had their game canceled, but they got to enjoy Michigan get destroyed by Wisconsin. The Ohio State Buckeyes faithful were looking forward to watching their beloved team take on Maryland this weekend. However, reality sunk in that we’re still living in the midst of a global pandemic. Eight Terrapins players tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, so their game was effectively canceled. While Ohio State fans had to deal with an unexpected bye week, they did receive a comedic form of entertainment.
    Gigantic alligator spotted roaming Florida golf course Thousands of Trump supporters gather in Washington, falsely claim election fraud Its Saturday, which means college football fans are roasting Jim Harbaugh again It’s been a rough season for the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, a team that started the delayed Big Ten year ranked 18th in the country but has lost back-to-back games to Michigan State and Indiana. © Provided by For The Win As rumors swirl about Jim Harbaugh’s future with the program and a potential return to the NFL, the Wolverines got off to the worst possible start on Saturday night against No. 13 Wisconsin. The Badgers – one year after beating Michigan by 21 in the Big House – opened the game with four unanswered touchdowns to build a 28-0 lead. Each of Michigan’s first two offensive drives ended with interceptions. It took until there were nine minutes...
    Michigan football has quit on Jim Harbaugh and he has quit on them. We’ve reached yet another week of college football where the Michigan Wolverines, led by former NFL head coach Jim Harbaugh, brought sadness and misery to their fanbase. As if losing to the Indiana Hoosiers or Michigan State wasn’t bad enough, the Wolverines essentially got beat before halftime.
    Michigan football fans may want to fire him but Jim Harbaugh buyout information and salary details may keep him in Ann Arbor for another year. The Michigan Wolverines certainly shouldn’t be happy with how their season has started, and there’s no way that Michigan football fans are happy with the way things are going through the first few weeks of the season. Michigan’s lone bowl win under Harbaugh came back in the 2015 season in the Citrus Bowl. Since that Citrus Bowl win, the Wolverines have lost a couple of Outback Bowls, a Peach Bowl, and last season’s Citrus Bowl. Oh, and there’s the fact that Harbaugh hasn’t beaten Ohio State. That’s not exactly a great thing to have one your resume if you’re coaching the Michigan Wolverines. Losing to your biggest rival consistently is actually bad! The biggest questions about possibly dumping Harbaugh are 1. Can Michigan scrape enough money...
    Michigan will try to avoid a third consecutive loss when it faces No. 13 Wisconsin at Michigan Stadium on Saturday night.   The Wolverines (1-2) have fallen out of contention in the Big Ten after back-to-back losses to Michigan State and No. 10 Indiana, and now the pressure is mounting around sixth-year coach Jim Harbaugh. Michigan has not lost three straight games under Harbaugh since 2017, but this team is in danger of finishing below .500 for the first time under one of college football’s most-polarizing coaches.   Will this be the year Harbaugh bolts for the NFL?   “I don’t really have anything to really say to that, because I don’t have an interest in listening to that kind of stuff,” Harbaugh said via MaizeNBrew on Monday. “I think you know me by now, I always like letting the action speak for what you have to say.”  Sporting News breaks down Harbaugh’s tenure at Michigan, and how much time...
    Map: State-by-state breakdown of coronavirus travel restrictions Biden Demands Immediate Federal Virus Response: Election Update College football weekend schedule and best bets: Is this the end for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan? With coronavirus cases rising across the country, a large number of college football games have been called off in Week 11. In the SEC alone, four of seven games have been postponed, and the top team in the country – No. 1 Alabama – will not take the field on Saturday. © Provided by For The Win In the early window, Big Ten surprise contender No. 10 Indiana will try to extend their three-game winning streak against Michigan State, with the Spartans coming off a 42-point loss to Iowa. After an upset overtime win over Clemson, No. 2 Notre Dame will face a solid Boston College team at 3:30 p.m. ET, ahead of a must-win game for Jim...
    Wisconsin will end Jim Harbaugh’s career with the Michigan Wolverines this Saturday night.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) After having two straight games canceled because of coronavirus, the Badgers will return to the field under the lights in Ann Arbor to play Harbaugh and the Wolverines at 7:30 EST on ABC. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Wisconsin Football (@badgerfootball) on Nov 2, 2020 at 11:24am PST It truly does feel like Harbaugh is coaching for his job this Saturday, and that’s bad news considering the situation we have on our hands. Wisconsin is coming in against the Wolverines with limited practice, nobody knows the quarterback situation and Graham Mertz hasn’t thrown a pass in a game since October 23. On...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh’s days with the Wolverines are numbered. The Wolverines were boat raced off of the field Saturday by the Indiana Hoosiers to the tune of 38-21, and it was an incredibly embarrassing loss for Harbaugh. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Fresh off a humiliating loss to Michigan State, the Wolverines followed it up by getting dominated by Michael Penix Jr. and company. It’s this simple. Harbaugh is cooked. He’s done. It’s over for him. Harbaugh needs to get the hell out of Ann Arbor as quickly as possible. If he waits much longer he’s going to end up fleeing like a deposed dictator in a third world country. It’s time to face the music and dance his way right out of the door. I really don’t know how to state it any simpler.   View this post...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Jim Harbaugh’s days at Michigan appear to be over. But a return to the NFL could potentially be on the horizon. The Michigan Wolverines lured Jim Harbaugh away from the NFL back in 2015 to coach his alma mater to the national championship. It certainly didn’t happen in his first five seasons, and it’s definitely not happening in 2020. Michigan handily defeated Minnesota 49-24 in their regular-season opener, but suffered a demeaning loss to the in-state rival Michigan State last week. They had their chance to redeem themselves against the 13th-ranked Indiana, but ended up on the losing end, falling 38-21 on Saturday. Not all of it is Harbaugh’s fault, but he’s the man in charge, and his stay at Ann Arbor could be coming to an end soon. While that’s bad news for him, he could have a chance...
    Before Saturday, Indiana’s last victory against Michigan came in 1987. That was one year after Jim Harbaugh played his final season as a quarterback for the Wolverines. The Hoosiers’ convincing 38-21 victory against the Wolverines on Saturday makes credible two questions that would have been unthinkable after the opener against Minnesota on Oct. 24: Will this loss to the Hoosiers come one season before Harbaugh’s last season as the head coach for the Wolverines? Or will the Harbaugh era come to an end after the 2020 season? MORE: Michigan, Harbaugh get that sinking feeling again loss to Spartans The two-week unraveling of Michigan’s season — which started last week against Michigan State and didn’t stop against No. 13 Indiana — is startling. It looked even worse considering how the Spartans were manhandled by Iowa 49-7. How does this compare to the end for the last two Michigan coaches? Rich...
    The problems are piling up for Jim Harbaugh and his Michigan football program this season.This feels like the beginning of the end of the Jim Harbaugh era of Michigan football but it’s not all his fault. After defeating the Minnesota Golden Gophers on the road in primetime two weeks ago, the Michigan Wolverines are on the precipice of falling to 1-2 on the season. They lost a terrible game at home to in-state rival Michigan State last week. Now, they are trailing Indiana and on the verge of losing to the Hoosiers for the first time since 1987 when Harbaugh was in his rookie year with the Chicago Bears in the NFL. Harbaugh may be the fall guy, but he’s far from the biggest issue with Michigan football. The biggest issue is the Wolverines defense.While the offense has had its issues, just take a look at Dom Brown’s defenseThough offense...
    Rich Rodriguez has rushed to the defense of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh. Rodriguez was infamously run out of Ann Arbor after only winning 15 games in his three seasons with the Wolverines. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) With Jim Harbaugh appearing to be nearing his end with the Wolverines after losing to Michigan State, Rich Rod wants people to know it’s not his fault. According to Outkick, Rodriguez recently appeared on the “Hard Edge Football” podcast, and blamed Michigan’s academic standards for why the football team can’t meet expectations. He said the following during the interview about Michigan’s admission standards (transcription via Outkick): There were some guys we fought to get in. Our thought was, if they’re NCAA eligible, we should be able to get them in if we can vouch for their work ethic. Sometimes guys didn’t get the...
    The Pac-12 joins the fray as the college football season rolls into Week 10. Two coaches in the conference begin the season immediately on the hot seat. It’s time to welcome yet another power-five conference to the fold for the 2020 college football season. After a long layoff, the Pac-12 finally makes its debut on the season and will attempt to make noise with an increasingly shortened schedule. For coaches on the hot seat in the Pac-12, the day of reckoning could come fast. Try to figure out which one is worse. This week, the Cowboys need a bounce-back effort at Kansas State. That’s not going to be easy as the Wildcats are seemingly built to make opposing coaches have an agonizing afternoon in Manhattan. The goal should be now to win the conference and see how things play out. A loss would make the conference picture even more convoluted....
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh reportedly has the NFL buzzing. According to Pete Thamel, “buzz is filtering through NFL front offices that Harbaugh” might dip out of Michigan and return to the pros. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The entire Thamel piece is pretty outstanding, and I’d encourage you all to read it. It’s a great dive into what might happen if Harbaugh decides it’s the right time to go back to the NFL. There’s a Super Bowl coach with a better NFL win percentage than Bill Belichick. He’s expected to be amendable to a return to the NFL. What’s the NFL’s interest in him? The Jim Harbaugh conundrum. https://t.co/mXQbLrwY4e — Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) November 5, 2020 Seeing as how the media has been hammering after losing to Michigan State this past Saturday, it’s not hard to see why “buzz is filtering”...
    Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh can repair his reputation and also keep his job at the program by doing one simple thing this season. Jim Harbaugh has never had a losing season during his time coaching Michigan football. His worst finish was an 8-5 record in 2017 and he was won 10 games three times. He now has a chance to change the narrative in 2020. Finishing the year with a win over Ohio State would help the morale of everyone at Michigan and could tuck away the anger surrounding Harbaugh, at least for another season. Next: 50 best college football teams of all time For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to bookmark these pages.
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh wants people to know that his team is trying! The Wolverines lost to Michigan State this past weekend, and it’s without a doubt the most embarrassing loss of Harbaugh’s tenure in Ann Arbor. (RELATED: Watching ‘Band Of Brothers’ Never Gets Old. Here’s Why It’s Such A Great Series) Many view it as the beginning of the end for him.   View this post on Instagram   SPARTAN WIN. A post shared by Michigan State Football (@msu_football) on Oct 31, 2020 at 12:46pm PDT Well, according to Harbaugh, the Wolverines are giving it their best shot! According to Angelique Chengelis, Harbaugh said Monday during an appearance on Inside Michigan Football radio, “We’re battling. That’s all you can do.” Harbaugh: “We’re battling. That’s all you can do.” on Inside Michigan Football radio — angelique (@chengelis) November 3, 2020 Guys, take it easy on Harbaugh and the Wolverines....
    Top Trump adviser pleads for ‘more aggressive action’ against covid-19 to avert crisis, even as president downplays threat The 20 best things to get at Aldi this year, according to shoppers Tiki Barber and Brandon Tierney: Jim Harbaugh Has Failed at Michigan Jim Harbaugh is facing a ton of scrutiny this week after his heavily-favored Michigan squad fell at home to rival Michigan State 27-24 on Saturday. Such a disappointing loss would be trouble for any head coach, but Harbaugh makes around $8 million a year and was supposed to return Michigan to national prominence when he arrived in December of 2014. He hasn't come close to accomplishing that task. © Provided by The Big Lead Jim Harbaugh, Michigan State v Michigan | Nic Antaya/Getty Images Tiki Barber and Brandon Tierney discussed Michigan on Monday's episode of Tiki and Tierney. Both men agreed we can't even rely on Harbaugh...
    Jim Harbaugh pointed the finger at Big Ten officials for why the Michigan State loss happened.Jim Harbaugh believes the Big Ten officials were a reason Michigan lost to Michigan State. In his Monday press conference, the Michigan football coach said the referees limited what his team could do in the secondary vs. Michigan State football. “There were a couple of calls that were objectionable,” said Harbaugh. “A couple of calls affected how our corners played.” The Michigan Wolverines had an impossible time stopping Michigan State Spartans wide receiver Ricky White. Harbaugh asked to asses the cornerback play from Saturday. “There were a couple of calls that were objectionable. A couple of calls affected how our corners played” — Jamal Spencer (@JamalSpencerTV) November 2, 2020 Jim Harbaugh blaming the officials is not going to go over wellSo what if Michigan State lost at home to the Rutgers Scarlet Knights? This Big...
    Michigan football should look at hiring former Ohio State football coach Luke Fickell.Luke Fickell may be the solution to the Michigan football problem Jim Harbaugh cannot fix. After falling at home to the Michigan State Spartans, 2020 may be the end of the line for Harbaugh leading the Michigan Wolverines’ football program. This will be the sixth year Michigan will not win the Big Ten East under Harbaugh’s watch. A divorce feels inevitable in Ann Arbor. If Michigan wants to contend with the Ohio State Buckeyes, go hire their former interim coach. It may sound blasphemous, but it might workFickell played defensive tackle for Ohio State. Outside of his one year in the NFL with the 1997 New Orleans Saints, Fickell has spent his entire football life in the state of Ohio. He returned to Columbus as a graduate assistant in 1999. After spending two years coaching the Akron Zips’...
    Are Jim Harbaugh’s days coaching at Michigan nearing a rapid end? Michigan suffered their worst loss of the Harbaugh regime this past Saturday to a very bad Michigan State team, and his seat is no longer warm. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Michigan State Football (@msu_football) on Oct 31, 2020 at 12:46pm PDT It has to be absolutely scorching hot after dropping a game to one of the worst teams in the B1G. Not only is MSU terrible, but it’s a rivalry game that the Wolverines should dominate. Instead, Harbaugh’s squad couldn’t even win a home game against one of the worst MSU squads that we’ve seen in awhile. Let’s not forget that the Spartans started the season by losing to Rutgers. Yes, MSU couldn’t beat Rutgers, but was able to...
    D.J. Uiagalelei, Clemson Tigers. (Mandatory Credit: Josh Morgan-USA TODAY Sports) D.J. Uiagalelei dresses up as Trevor Lawrence for Halloween, Jim Harbaugh and Michigan headed for a divorce and the biggest takeaways from college football Week 9.I’m with the D.J.D.J. Uiagalelei was worth all the hype as the five-star freshman phenom threw for 342 yards and scored three total touchdowns in Clemson’s comeback win vs. Boston College. With Trevor Lawrence sidelined after testing positive for COVID-19, it was an opportunity for Clemson to get a glimpse of the future when Lawrence leaves for the NFL after this season.
    Brent Venables, Clemson Tigers. (Mandatory Credit: Ken Ruinard-USA TODAY NETWORK) Jim Harbaugh’s seat is getting particularly hot with Michigan football.Nobody associated with Michigan football can be happy with Jim Harbaugh after this Saturday. The Michigan Wolverines were upset at home by a rebuilding Michigan State Spartans team. Michigan’s secondary was torched all game long and the offense looks as pedestrian as ever under Harbaugh. With this being Harbaugh’s sixth year at Michigan, he could be on the outs, whether he’s fired, resigns or takes an NFL job. If he were to get fired or leave for an NFL job, here are three suitable replacements at head coach.Potential replacements for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan 3 Brent Venables Defensive Coordinator Clemson Tigers Eventually, he will have to get out of Dabo Swinney’s Clemson shadowThere will come a time where Clemson Tigers defensive coordinator Brent Venables will have a tough choice to make....
    As police unions endorse Trump, some worry officers displaying bias could be intimidating Every states most famous restaurant Opinion: Michigans latest loss is more reason to believe Jim Harbaugh cant win big there Michigan is in the middle of the most unusual contract situation in college football, employing a coach it purportedly wants to keep for a long time but whose deal will expire after the 2021 season.  I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Americans Are Obsessed With New Blanket That Puts You To Sleep In Minutes Ad Microsoft 23 New Gadgets That Will Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft ...
    Jim Harbaugh was roasted on Twitter after the latest big-game loss by his Michigan Wolverines. Will he survive this year or will he get fired? Of course, Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan football would lose a home opener to a bitter rival.
    ANN ARBOR, Mich.  — Rocky Lombardi threw for 323 yards, including 196 to Ricky White, and three touchdowns to help Michigan State stun No. 13 Michigan 27-24 on Saturday. The Spartans (1-1, 1-1 Big Ten) appeared to be the better team all afternoon on both sides of the ball in Mel Tucker’s debut as coach in the rivalry. Tucker became just the second coach to beat Michigan in his first attempt with the Spartans, joining Alabama coach Nick Saban, who did it in 1995. The former Colorado coach started his career as a graduate assistant for Saban and the Spartans. The Wolverines (1-1, 1-1) were favored to win by more than three touchdowns. Jim Harbaugh’s team, though, never led and didn’t appear to have much energy in front of family and friends in their mostly empty stadium that holds 110,000-plus fans when there isn’t a pandemic. Running back Hassan...
    That good feeling in Ann Arbor lasted one week. A week after it looked like the Jim Harbaugh era might trend in a different direction, the program ended up in the same unenviable place: Michigan State beat No. 13 Michigan 27-24 in a game that would have to be considered the worst loss under Harbaugh. That’s right. It is the worst loss under Harbaugh. MORE: Big Ten overreactions from Week 1 Worse than the “punt fumble” against the Spartans in 2015; worse than the annual root-canal blowouts against Ohio State; worse than the bowl flops or all those top-10 letdowns under Harbaugh. The Wolverines were favored by three touchdowns against the Spartans, and flopped in the home opener at Michigan Stadium. It’s not going to be easy to forgive, unless Michigan somehow runs the table before the next scheduled appointment with the Buckeyes. Repeat: This is the worst loss...
    Jim Harbaugh and Trevor Lawrence could be the answer to the New York Jets’ prayers. The honeymoon period has long been over for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan and he should think about returning to the NFL. Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverines were exposed in a loss to Michigan State on Saturday, the same Michigan State that was embarrassed by Rutgers last week, as Harbaugh falls to 3-8 overall against the Spartans and Ohio State. It’s time for Harbaugh to go back to the NFL where he won 69 percent of his games in four years with the San Francisco 49ers. Harbaugh was the NFL Coach of the Year in 2011 and took a Colin Kaepernick-led offense to the Super Bowl the next year. His 44-19-1 record and 5-3 postseason record is something a dozen or more NFL clubs would love to have. The New York Jets are currently winless and drifting aimlessly...
    Even former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer was impressed with what he saw from Jim Harbaugh and Michigan’s new-look offense behind quarterback Joe Milton. We know there’s no love lost between Ohio State and Michigan, but former Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer likes what he saw from the Wolverines in their season-opening win vs. Minnesota. Michigan hosts Michigan State on Saturday where they are 25-point favorites after the Spartans lost to Rutgers in their opener. Next: 50 best college football teams of all time For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to bookmark these pages.
    The Big Ten was back and college football was so much better for it.College football coachspeak has gone up a notch with the Big Ten returning to action in Week 8. We’ve done so well the last seven weeks gradually getting better at translating peak college football coachspeak. Dare I say it, if we led a Power 5 team for a day, we’d be able to spin it while trying to say next to nothing like these guys like it’s no big thing. Too bad we know better and we can interpret the truth through varying levels of intentional vagueness. Let’s interpret these five. So what can we learn from this week’s rendition of translating college football coachspeak? When a coach speaks concisely, maybe even in sentence fragments, there is a greater level of honesty present than when they use a lot of words to say very little. When you...
    When will Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh develop a quarterback he recruited? When will Harbaugh beat Ohio State? It’s the endless two-part referendum that has come to define Harbaugh’s tenure with the Wolverines. Joe Milton answered the first question for No. 18 Michigan in an impressive 49-24 victory against No. 21 Minnesota on Saturday. Milton’s development over the next seven weeks — and Michigan’s ability to build toward that Ohio State game — will determine whether the Wolverines can answer that second question for the first time in six tries under Harbaugh. Milton, a redshirt sophomore, had an impressive debut for the Wolverines: He finished 15 of 22 passing for 225 yards and a score. He added eight rushes for 52 yards and another score. Michigan flashed a diversified offense under second-year offensive coordinator Josh Gattis that buried the Gophers in the battle for the Little Brown Jug. MORE: Mistakes...
    Jim Harbaugh coached Michigan’s season opener against Minnesota without his trademark khakis and people loved it. Change can be scary, but sometimes it’s for the best. Michigan fans found that out on Saturday.
    As coronavirus surges, only 2 states trend in the right direction Famous Restaurants You Can Never Dine In Again Jim Harbaugh and the uncomfortable truth of his Michigan football tenure Texts were sent and voicemails were left. They pinged the phones of former Michigan football players who starred in recent seasons and others who made their mark during a more glorious time, when the Wolverines won conference championships and were in contention for national titles. The players were asked to assess the state of their alma mater’s football program in Year 6 of Jim Harbaugh’s tenure as coach. Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft ...
    Hurricane Sally hit 16 years after Ivan, at the same spot Heres why Trader Joe’s employees are so peppy Michigans Jim Harbaugh thrilled that Big Ten football is returning: Stay positive. Test negative. Lets play football A week and a half ago, Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh had a short message for reporters. Why the Big Tens return needed to happen to legitimize CFP and 2020 champion USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next University of Alabama prepared for potential COVID-19 spike following Labor Day weekend, first home game WVTM 13 Birmingham Liberty High School volleyball star commits to Ole Miss KSHB Kansas City, MO Baylor University delays start of spring semester, cancels Spring Break KXXV Waco, TX Rootstown High football coach resigns after board shortens player’s punishment for alleged slur WEWS Cleveland,...
    Shea Patterson is getting a workout with the Baltimore Ravens. The Baltimore Ravens not only have one of the league’s best players at their disposal in electric quarterback Lamar Jackson, but backups Robert Griffin III and Trace McSorley are two of the best in the business at what they do. Even with that security, John Harbaugh is looking to potentially add a fourth quarterback, and he’s calling on one of Michigan head coach and younger brother Jim Harbaugh’s former signal-callers. As the Ravens decide to fool around with the back end of their practice squad, the elder Harbaugh is working out former Wolverine gunslinger Shea Patterson, who went undrafted after two seasons in Ann Arbor. Free agent QB Shea Patterson is set to work out for the #Ravens this morning, source said, as teams tinker with their emergency lists and practice squads. He recently spent time with the #Chiefs. —...
    Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has had enough of the Big 10’s garbage. According to ESPN, Harbaugh attended a Saturday protest against the league’s decision to cancel the football season during the coronavirus pandemic. Players and their parents also joined the protest. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Jim Harbaugh: “Free the Big Ten, like my brother John Harbaugh said.” pic.twitter.com/ETeeLHuQrR — Austin Meek (@byAustinMeek) September 5, 2020 Furthermore, Harbaugh made it clear they’re ready to roll immediately. In a Twitter video posted by Angelique Chengelis, Harbaugh said the Wolverines are “ready to play” and could play a game in “two weeks.” You can listen to his full comments below. Jim Harbaugh says they could be ready to play in two weeks pic.twitter.com/TzKZv9K8ze — angelique (@chengelis) September 5, 2020 I’d like to say this situation couldn’t possibly get worse for Cowardly Kevin...
    ‘Center Stage’ Cast: Where Are They Now? Retirees: You Need to Have Another Income Stream to Support OAS and CPP Payments Jim Harbaugh says Michigan could be ready to play in two weeks Jim Harbaugh says his team could be ready to play a game in two weeks. Michigan does not, however, have a game in two weeks. Harbaugh has been outspoken against the Big Ten’s decision to postpone all fall sports. There is no official timetable for football and other fall sports to begin. “Everyone has been ‘We want to play as soon as we can,’” Harbaugh told the Detroit News on Saturday. “And we’re ready to play. We’d be ready — we could be ready to play a game in two weeks. Just get the pads on and our guys are trained without a pause since June 15th. So that’s our position, we’re ready to play as...
    Cruz takes heat for claim in call for abortion pill ban How actor Mark Wahlberg, Detroit car dealer became best friends, business partners Ravens coach John Harbaugh, brother to Michigans Jim Harbaugh, says Free the Big Ten One of the hottest topics in sports is Big Ten Conference football. Or rather, the lack of Big Ten football this fall due to the coronavirus.  How will delayed season affect Big Ten long term? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Michigan LT Ryan Hayes: Jim Harbaugh said we might play in October SMG How will delayed season impact the BIG 10 long term? SMG TCL unveils smartwatch for seniors CNET Michigan football DE Kwity Paye weighing NFL Draft decision SMG Brandon Marshall talks expectations around Rodgers mentoring Jordan Love | FIRST THINGS...
    In the latest ongoing saga of when will the Big Ten play, Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh has reportedly told his team to prepare to play in October. No one seems to know when the Big Ten will play their football season, including the players, coaches, administration, fans and the media. First, it was thought they would try to play in the spring, then it changed to playing in domes for the winter months and then it moved up to Thanksgiving week. The latest Big Ten football development comes out of Ann Arbor where Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has told his team to prepare to play as early as October. Phew. I’m exhausted with this whiplash of options. As relayed by Rainer Sabin of the Detroit Free-Press, “Michigan tackle Ryan Hayes said head coach Jim Harbaugh told the team yesterday to prepare for the possibility of playing in...
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