Sounds Like Michigan AD Is Very Happy With Jim Harbaugh As Coach For A Long Time
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I think Wolverines fans would have a good argument as to whether Jim Harbaugh has really done anything at Michigan as of yet. He's 28-6 since arriving with zero College Football Playoff appearances. Athletic director Warde Manuel doesn't sound too concerned, in fact it sounds like Harbaugh isn't going anywhere for a long time if he chooses to stay, per Detroit Free-Press...

“I love my coaches across the board, love those two guys (Harbaugh and Beilein) in particular,” Manuel said. “I’m extremely pleased with where we are from a staffing standpoint. Jim and John are two people that I would love to see retire at this institution (when they) retire from coaching.”
You think he's the right guy for the Wolverines or overrated?

(The Spun)
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Les Miles would be a major improvement for Michigan.
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Baseball coach fricked
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Been a Michigan supporter since 1980 - Who will we get that is better? Harbaugh will never be as good as Saban or Meyer. That is fine. Every 5 years, he will get a sweet team...maybe Beilein I am okay with this. It Beats the alternative since 1997
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You sound like a beaten woman, Clare.
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starsandstripes04 You sound like a beaten woman, Clare. FU
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Do they know Les is still available?
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Y’all remember when folks on this site used to argue Jim Harbaugh was a better coach than Nick Saban? Lol at those dumbasses
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Your hmmm part is the epitome of clickbait. Screw you
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Where’s the hmmm?
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He will stay in Michigan as long as the money continues to flow in.
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I hope he stays forever
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Im a fan of Harbaugh staying forever. We love you Jim!!!
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Miles will replace him soon! He’s got the chest to compete in great contests!
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I have the want to see him there.
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