New England’s star quarterback has given his team a little more flexibility in spending.
After months of speculation and courtship, Jim Harbaugh is officially taking the helm of the Michigan Wolverines football team.
The report is just one of many that have said the “Harbaugh to Michigan” scenario is gaining traction.
Michigan Football took to its social media accounts to wish former quarterback Jim Harbaugh a happy birthday.
Zak Irvin scored 13 and collected a career-high seven rebounds, and Derrick Walton Jr. set a career mark with nine assists.
Harbaugh wouldn’t say whether 49ers executives had come to him to let him know if his alma mater, the University of Michigan, reached out about bringing the coach to Ann Arbor.
The Wolverines (6-5) have lost four straight, including three at home, and only have one more non-conference game before Big Ten play starts.
Harbaugh said, “Again, I really don’t talk about any other job than the one I have, or talk about anybody else’s process.”
The Wolverines fell into a quick double-digit hole and struggled against Arizona’s defense all day, shooting 35 percent for their first three-game losing streak since 2010-11.
One columnist thinks that the Oakland Raiders (maybe soon L.A. Raiders?) are going to make a large play for Harbaugh in the coming weeks.