So Michigan got their man, but could an SEC school consider parting ways with their long time head coach? Seems hard to fathom – especially a man revered in his community and who has won 74 percent of his games.
It’s an easy question to answer, and the answer is yes.
The Michigan football program is a sinking ship that has been headed to bottom for seven years. Since 2008, the Wolverines have won eight or more games only twice, yet posted three losing seasons.
The search for a new defensive coordinator at Texas A&M drags on and the coaching intrigue continues at LSU.
After another poor season on the defensive side of the ball, Texas A&M fired defensive coordinator Mark Snyder. Since then, Kevin Sumlin has had issues landing a “big name.”
For 20 days, Michigan has been without a football coach and all signs point the school waiting for Jim Harbaugh. Michigan insiders are ‘all in’ on the former Wolverine quarterback, feeling he’s the one coach who could unify the fan base and fix the Ohio State inferiority complex.