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Harbaugh back to the NFL?

CaneThang2020

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He got a first hand taste of what it feels like to play an immovable object.... one that has a built-in advantage of being in bed with the governing body of college football aka NCAA.

Honestly, I don't blame him. Enough to have to fight off Ohio State for recruits in the Northeast but then when you come down to the Bible belt where big boys play, you have to be careful not to take too many of the SECs players or else the NCAA will show up to your doorsteps.
 
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Liberty City El

Dejazmach
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Wouldn’t that be some sh*t? Dude waited 8483838 years at Michigan to silence the critics some and reach the playoffs (even though they were embarrassed), and he leaves now? Eh.
It’s what he’s done his whole career...

Comes in with insane hype, underachieves for years, finally makes one solid run, loses in the big game & then takes another job. He did it at Stanford to the 49ers & then from San Fran to Michigan.

I think he’s going to stay another year at Michigan, but he will definitely try to see if the Bears will give him a big contract once they fire Matt Nagy or if the Raiders will give him a 10 year $100mill contract like they did with Gruden.

Maybe, he might go to Denver if they fired Vic Fckin Fangio. Don’t think the Giants or Seahawks would want him.
 

Echtcane

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Wouldn’t that be some sh*t? Dude waited 8483838 years at Michigan to silence the critics some and reach the playoffs (even though they were embarrassed), and he leaves now? Eh.
Who wants to work their ass off every year and achieve the best you can in the situation only to be told, "that's not good enough!"?
 
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