Jim Harbaugh reaffirms stance on Michigan amid NFL coaching rumors
Jim Harbaugh attended the annual Michigan high school football coaches clinic on Friday. However, he couldn’t avoid being asked questions about the NFL rumors.
On Harbaugh’s way out after the event, MLive’s Aaron McMann stopped the Michigan head to talk about the NFL rumors. Harbaugh was asked if he wanted to be back at Michigan in 2023, to which he replied “Have I not showed that?”.
“Have I not showed that? I love Michigan,” said Harbaugh. “I love the team. I love everybody (there).”
When I asked if he wanted to be back at Michigan, not just expects to be, he said: “Have I not showed that? I love Michigan. I love the team. I love everybody (there).” https://t.co/zbE6XUsOTZ
— Aaron McMann (@AaronMcMann) January 13, 2023
This comes after Michigan President Santa Ono released a statement saying that very positive and constructive conversations took place with Harbaugh and Athletic Director Warde Manuel.
Harbaugh responded to the statement, saying that he was in full support of the message.
Harbaugh last coached in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers from 2011-2014 before heading to Michigan. Harbaugh is coming off of another B1G title and College Football Playoff appearance with the Wolverines this past season.
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