Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by belcherboy, Sep 13, 2017.
Yeah, because ESPN is so great these days!
you really think he's leaving Michigan so soon? Can't he wait till he gets to the title game or at least the playoffs?
I would hope he doesn't leave...but I am a little worried about this rumor.
Hey I never said anything about ESPN either.
I'll take Fox over ESPN right now (even with crappy Skip).Fox's NFL guys are GREAT IMO. I guess I should branch out more though.
If Harbaugh goes to the Colts, Kaep would have a backup job, I bet.
I don't think he would. Luck and Kaep are COMPLETELY different QB's. You want your backup QB to be a lot like your starting QB, so that the offense doesn't have to change in case of an injury or suspension. Kaep makes MUCH more sense in Seattle.
Sorry you took that seriously.
Sorry...I should have known.
1, he tries to hard to be Paul Finebaum waving his team SEC flag. Ironically his network doesn't broadcast SEC games, so it seems counter productive. He goes out of his way to troll ESPN, has the little brother syndrome that FS1 needs to shake. And lately he seems more interested in being on Fox news then actually talking sports. He's Skip Bayless on steroids, at least skip attempts to sound smart and talks sports.
No worries here.
I wouldn't give this rumor a second thought. These guys are always coming up with crap like this because there's not much else to talk about. Harbaugh already tried the NFL and it seems like he likes college better. Saban's in the same position. I don't think either of them liked the lack of control that comes w/the NFL.
Yeah, you are probably right. I just thought if they gave him complete control of the team, it may be a little too good of a deal for Jim to pass on. Although, the Colts owner is known for being involved a lot in the team, so he may not want to give that up to a new guy.
This Colts fan wouldn't mind Jim Harbaugh as head coach. Guy has history with the team as well. He was the team's QB for a period in the mid 90's.
That was one of the 10 reasons given for why the author thought he would join the Colts.
Is he still the highest paid college coach? Would he have gone to Michigan if they weren't willing to match his salary? I'm gonna guess the salary was/is a pretty big factor.
If he went there, I can see it being the niners situation all over again... and it's not about football.. Harbaugh already proved he can get the job done. It's about getting along with everyone else. I just think it's easier for him to do that at the college level.
Don't know why he's even want to leave, making $2 million/year more than the proven best coach at the same level, and he doesn't even have to do anything.
I mean.... Looking like RichRod MIGHT be available again soon so...
Is this meant for Michigan or WVU fans?
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