Largely successful in both college football and the NFL, Jim Harbaugh is the most highly-sought after head coach in the entire sport – and he’s still under contract with the 49ers.
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San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is reportedly not interested in, not a candidate for, the Michigan Wolverines head coaching job.
In the aftermath of Michigan firing head coach Brady Hoke, many eyes fell on Harbaugh, a star QB for the Wolverines in the 1980s and very successful college head coach with the Stanford Cardinals, as a potential replacement. Footballscoop.com reported on Tuesday that “multiple sources” said Harbaugh already has told Michigan that he is not a candidate.
Harbaugh has been under the microscope in recent weeks as a continuous power struggle within the 49ers organization between the head coach who has led them to three straight NFC Championship games and an appearance in Superbowl XLVII, and the front office, which has indicated that they are not inclined to acquiesce to his demands for a higher salary or more organizational control.
With a 43-16-1 overall record since taking over the team in 2011, Harbaugh’s has the 4th highest winning percentage of any coach in NFL history.