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LOOK: ‘Source’ comments on Jim Harbaugh’s chances of returning to NFL

Ever since the day Jim Harbaugh was named the head coach of the University of Michigan football team, there have been constant rumblings about him going back to the NFL.

As we know, despite winning 10 or more games in each of his first two seasons, Harbaugh has failed to win the “big games’ and that is what most coaches are judged on. Every time his team loses to the likes of Michigan State, Penn State, Wisconsin, or Ohio State, an article is written about Harbaugh leaving the Wolverines for the NFL.

The most recent rumors are that both the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts would be interested in making Harbaugh their next head coach.

According to NFL columnist Mike Freeman, a source close to Harbaugh has indicated that a return to professional football, “won’t happen.”

Though many predicted a down year for Michigan because of the number of starters they lost from the 2016 season, the critics have been extremely loud about Harbaugh underachieving as the Wolverines head coach.

If Harbaugh can lead Michigan to an upset win over Ohio State this coming Saturday, some of those critics, along with the NFL rumors, will pipe down for a while. Of course, they will start right back up as soon as the Wolverines lose another game.


Wisconsin players have message for Michigan players as they walk off field

On Saturday, Michigan squared off against Wisconsin in a meaningful game for both teams. The Wolverines were looking to pick up their first big win of the season while the Badgers had the goal of remaining undefeated on the season.

In the first half, Michigan looked like the better team as they outgained Wisconsin 169-99 in total yardage. Despite that, the teams were tied 7-7 at the half.

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Written by Don Drysdale

I am a fan of all Detroit sports and LOVE to write about them!

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