Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by Used 2 B Hu, Jan 10, 2017.
Peppers...yes. Harbaugh? Don't get ahead of yourself. I'm sure he just lured an NFL offensive coordinator to Michigan to be our QB coach just so he could leave for the NFL....
Denver is the only job open that would be worth it, if he has a QB he really wants to draft.
Oh he gone...just read between the lines:
Michigan returning 1 starter on defense. One. That shocked me when I saw that stat.
Yep...you think Hairbow is gonna stick around once the talent pool dries up?
We should do a draft declaration thread for players declaring for the draft.
Yeah, Harbaugh is likely gone. It was a great run, but he just couldn't get it done. Fortunately, he has left PLENTY of talent behind in AA for the next coach to feast on!
Gawd Damn! 7 minutes and already 3 fish. Impressive.
Harbaugh is prolly going back to the Niners....
TJ Barrett isn't coming out!
Or if they can make a deal with Dallas.
Don't stoke his ego, it goes to his little head
Would have to have the deal in place first, I doubt Harbaugh would leave Michigan to go to Denver on the possibility that he gets a decent QB, it's going to have to be a sure thing, imo.
Hey, all y'all pollyannas can continue burying your heads in the quicksand, but those of us who live in the real world, like belcherboy, can see the writing on the wall
Like I've posted around these parts a few times now...."starter" is a bit of a misnomer. Michigan actually returns 4 guys with significant playing experience on the D-line. Outside of Gary, hurst (who played in all 12 regular season games) and Mone (who played in 10/12 regular season games). We're also hoping to get Jeremy Clark for a 6th year after he was injured early on in the season. We also return McCray at LB.
So theoretically that's 3 starters, with clark back, and a bunch of other guys with a ton of experience who played in most games but weren't the first guys out.
If Romo gets his choice of team (which I think he will), I can't imagine another place he would choose over Denver right now. They are 1 year away from a Super Bowl win, and still have a darn good team. Plus they are an AFC team, and Dallas would likely MUCH rather face him in the Super Bowl, if he was able to take a team there.
by the way, I really don't think Harbaugh would leave Michigan for any reason at this point. He's probably still got at least 3 more seasons in AA...and if he can't win a title in that time, then I could see him pull up roots and jumping on the best NFL team available.
I think he's staying put, even if Denver got Romo and it was a done deal, I think they'd have a hard time snagging him from Michigan.
I agree. Honestly, I don't think they would even need him. An above average coach, with a healthy Romo, could take Denver to 11+ wins, and probably an AFC title game. Why pay Harbaugh extravagant amounts of money and give him more personnel power? (he would definitely demand a voice in it) I consider the AFC to be the weaker conference right now. It would be a 2 horse race between Brady and the Pats, and Romo and the Broncos. That is IF Romo could stay healthy. So no need to overpay Harbaugh with that type of team.
It's an extremely rare guy that can be successful in both the pros and college. Most of the guys who cross over, eventually they go back to where they're most comfortable.
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