Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh issued a statement Thursday saying he expects to be back in Ann Arbor next season leading the Wolverines.
“I am aware of the rumors and speculation over the past few days,” Harbaugh said. “College and NFL teams have great interest in all our personnel, from players to coaches to staff, and I truly believe that is a testament to the strength of our University of Michigan football program.”
“As I stated in December, while no one knows what the future holds, I expect that I will be enthusiastically coaching Michigan in 2023. I have spoken with president Santa Ono and athletic director Warde Manuel and appreciate their support of me and our program. Our mission as Wolverines continues and we are preparing for the 2023 season with great passion and enthusiasm. As our legendary coach Bo Schembechler said, ‘Those who stay will be champions.’”
NEWS: The Michigan football program has been under NCAA investigation & expects to receive a Notice of Allegations by Friday, source told @TheAthletic. Source says it’s relatively minor infractions but investigation also centers on the program’s response: https://t.co/nxdbNHpHv4
— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) January 5, 2023
Paul Finebaum believes Jim Harbaugh should leave Michigan
I believe Paul Finebaum should leave ESPN on the next rocket into space.
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