Once revered as one of the best college football coaches in around, Jim Harbaugh has received plenty of criticism since Saturday night’s loss to Notre Dame in South Bend. We’re one week in and already people are calling for his job.

After the 24-17 loss to the Irish, there have been people questioning whether Harbaugh is on the hot seat for the remainder of the season and what could happen if Michigan doesn’t defeat Michigan State or Ohio State this year.

But UM President Mark Schlissel has no plans to make any changes anytime soon.

“He’s not on the hot seat,” Schlissel said during a Detroit Economic Club luncheon on Wednesday, according to MLive.com. “He’s under contract for four more years.”

Harbaugh is 28-12 as the head coach in Ann Arbor following Saturday’s loss, but his inability to win big games, his 1-6 record vs. rival opponents (Notre Dame, Michigan State, Ohio State) and his inability to climb above third in the B1G East has forced some fans, and media, to turn on the once-beloved head coach.

Michigan still has 11 games on the schedule and plenty of time to steer the ship in the right direction. It doesn’t sound like Schlissel is panicking about the state of the football program.

Fans, on the other hand? They appear to be a little more nervous about the future.