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Bruce Feldman Says Reports Of Michigan’s Offer To Jim Harbaugh “Are Not Accurate”, Likely To Remain In NFL

Brace yourselves, Michigan fans. FOX Sports’ Bruce Feldman is here to crush your Jim Harbaugh-to-Ann Arbor dream.  Thursday night, Feldman, a college football insider, appeared on FOX Sports 1 to discuss Michigan’s coaching search. Feldman said the reports claiming Michigan offered Harbaugh a six-year, $49 million deal “are not accurate.” He added that the San Francisco...
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Jim Harbaugh comments on the reported offer from Michigan

Jim Harbaugh spoke to the media Thursday afternoon and it didn’t take long for the reported offer he received from Michigan to come up.  According to multiple reports, Harbaugh, 50, was offered a six-year, $49 million deal to become the Wolverines’ next coach. Harbaugh has one year remaining on his current contract with San Francisco, but most NFL insiders expect this season...
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Video: Wolverines Fan Made An Awesome “Sometimes You Have To Go Back…To Michigan” Jim Harbaugh Video

Jim Harbaugh Michigan highlights with a Matthew McConaughey voiceover apparently equals one awesome hype video.  In honor of the reports claiming that the Wolverines have offered the San Francisco 49ers’ coach a six-year deal worth $49 million, a Michigan fan, @MaizeBlueNation, has made an awesome “Sometimes you have to go back…to Michigan” hype video.  The video features...
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Report: Jim Harbaugh ‘Considering’ Six-Year, $49M Offer From Michigan

Jim Harbaugh could be on his way out of the NFL and headed for the Big Ten. Maybe. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday, citing a source, that the San Francisco 49ers head coach is at least “considering” the six-year, $49 million contract offer extended to him by Michigan. Rumors have been flying around about the Wolverines’ interest in Harbaugh...
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Report: Jim Harbaugh lands insanely lucrative offer from Michigan

It’s widely thought San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is on his way out; offers like this will continue to fuel that speculation. Sources: #Michigan has made another run at Jim Harbaugh after he initially rebuffed the school. U-M has made an offer of 6 years, $48M. Wow. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 17, 2014 Earlier this month it was reported Harbaugh wouldn’t...
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Michigan Has Been Rumored To Have Offered Jim Harbaugh A 6-Year, $49 Million Deal

The Jim Harbaugh-to-Michigan rumor mill never stops churning out details, and now we have some possible salary figures out on Twitter. We cannot verify these numbers, or if there is an actual offer out to the San Francisco 49ers head coach, but according to a sports anchor at the Phoenix CBS affiliate, Michigan is offering Harbaugh a contract that would make him one of the highest...
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Harbaugh to Michigan Rumors Gaining Momentum Nationally

Note: Michigan athletics' chief marketing officer Hunter Lochmann resigned from his post today after 4 years on the job. I am not going to do entire post about it, but I did want to mention it on here. I didn't know Hunter, I never met him. His public image was not the greatest due to many things, but none more than simply being hired by, thus, forever tied to Dave Brandon. His public...
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Steven Ross must be careful if he wants to pursue Jim Harbaugh

With the Dolphins being all but out of the playoffs, Steven Ross, the Miami Dolphins owner has a big question on his hands. Who will coach the Dolphins in 2015? Joe Philbin and his roster has under performed (like his roster) for at least two of his last three years as the Dolphins head coach. The idea has been floating around that Ross will try to land Jim Harbaugh if the Dolphins...
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Why Jim Harbaugh to Michigan Might Not Be a Bad Idea

Rumors in the sports world can take on a life of their own, and over the past 48 hours, the Raiders have fallen off the face of the earth, and all media signs point to Jim Harbaugh taking the Michigan job. I mean what else could explain Michigan brass taking so long to make a hire. With the 49ers eliminated from playoff contention, and rumored candidates dropping out of the race...
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This picture of a toothless 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh might scar you for life

The San Francisco 49ers may have flamed out of the playoffs, but at least their head coach’s future looks bright. Jim Harbaugh has been connected to reports that he might coach at Michigan next season, or possibly the Oakland Raiders. No matter where he lands Harbaugh is bound to make a bundle of cash. With the 49ers he has a record of 62-43 and led them to three straight NFC Championship...
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