Michigan made the inevitable a reality Tuesday when it fired coach Brady Hoke. One of the most famous and tradition-rich programs in college football starts its third coach search since 2007.
Brady Hoke is out as Michigan’s football head coach I believe interim athletic director Jim Hackett has a very short list of candidates.
Wikipedia is great.
Ali Husain, founder of the “Hire-Harbaugh” campaign, said that the University of Michigan football team needs to rise back to its elite status, so he started a project in hopes of luring Jim Harbaugh to coach the Wolverines.
The Florida Gators won’t have their head coach Will Muschamp back next year. After a struggling season, the coach is out after the final two games of the regular season vs. Eastern Kentucky and Florida State.
Brady Hoke is on the hot seat and the hot name that fans want to be the next head coach at Michigan is the 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.
So if this is, in fact, Harbaugh’s final season in San Francisco, does that make Michigan more attractive as a soft place to land?
This season has affirmed the old adage that winning cures all ills.
Foster said: “I know Michigan wants Jim Harbaugh … but Jim Harbaugh doesn’t need Michigan … He’s not begging for this job.”