College football buzzing after The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that Michigan has made a 6 year offer worth $48 million to Jim Harbaugh.
With another loss on Sunday, Former Michigan quarterback and current 49er Head Coach Jim Harbaugh, was officially eliminated from the NFL playoffs. That means that San Francisco’s season will officially come to a close in two weeks, on December 28th.
Michigan interim athletic director Jim Hackett told the media this week that he’s been blown away by the interest in the job.
Michigan on Sunday watched painfully as their hated rival made the College Football Playoff Final Four. On top of that frustration, the football program still doesn’t have a head coach.
There’s been no secret in the land of maize and blue that former QB and current 49er Head Coach Jim Harbough is on top of the Michigan wish list. Most insiders tell us it seems unlikely he’ll leave the NFL.
Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley keeps things close to the vest, so the fact that there are all sorts of rumors flying around really isn’t all that surprising. Good information is hard to come by, but here’s what we know.
Last week Frank Beamer joined the Hot Seat and Will Muschamp had a job. This week, Muschamp is out, and Al Golden gets a reprieve.