Legendary College Coach Linked With NFL Return

Legendary College Coach Linked With NFL Return

The Michigan Wolverines ended an 8 game losing streak to arch-rivals Ohio State Buckeyes with an emphatic 42-27 victory in 2021 and then backed it up by beating the Buckeyes 45-23 on November 26th 2022 for the 2nd time in a row this time snapping their losing streak at the 100,000 person Ohio State stadium.

The architect of these two historic wins divides opinion amongst the rabid Wolverines fans due to his horrible record during his tenure at Michigan in their most intense rivalry plus his poor record in Bowl games. Jim Harbaugh was the first coach to lead the Wolverines to two consecutive wins since the end of the John Cooper era in 1999 and 2000 which has endeared him to many long suffering Michigan fans.

Georgia had the upper hand in The Game for two decades going an incredible 17-3 record from 2000-2020 and Jim endured a tough time vs the Buckeyes as he was once referred to as the coach who couldn’t beat Ohio State. He started his tenure in Ann Arbor with an 0-5 record against the Buckeyes. Harbaugh has an impressive record as a college coach with an overall record of 103 wins to 45 losses with a winning % of 0.696% across his 12 seasons in college (4 years at Stanford and 8 years at Michigan).

The disappointment for the former 49ers head coach is his 2-6 record in College Bowls with his 1-5 record for the Wolverines being the issue which many Michigan fans and alumni are dissatisfied with. We can now share what Jimmy Dice has heard from several reliable sources revealing that Jim Harbaugh is on the radar of several NFL teams.

According to the Diceman’s sources the early favourite to bring Jim Harbaugh (brother of Baltimore Ravens’ head coach John Harbaugh) back to the NFL is the incredibly disappointing Denver Broncos who have struggled badly in Russell Wilson’s first year with “rumours that Wilson had lost the Denver locker room denied” by team-mates at the Mile High Stadium. Also a team seriously in the mix are another struggler in the form of the Indianapolis Colts who look like they are not going to continue with the Jeff Saturday experiment and are looking for an experienced quality coach and Jim did take the 49ers with Colin Kaerpernick to Super Bowl XLVII only narrowly losing to his brother’s Ravens going down 34-31 in a Super Bowl that had everything.

Jimmy has revealed which team he thinks is flying under the radar in their interest to sign Jim Harbaugh and he says the Ravens’ AFC North rivals Cleveland Browns are supposedly ready to end their association with current coach Kevin Stefanski and may well end up in the running making it a three horse race.

The consensus is: Jim Harbaugh is leaving Michigan for the NFL but which franchise he joins is still a point for debate. Jim is a proven winner – two college Bowls (one each with Stanford and Michigan), has significant NFL experience and can win big games despite narrowly losing the Super Bowl with his 49ers in 2013 in a game he so easily could have and probably should have won.

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