Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by LLCoolJ94, Sep 22, 2019.
Live Footage of Jim Harbaugh Driving the Michigan Football Program
Those burgers really slap. Wiscy was THIS close...
Pretty much what their defense looked like after Wiscy ran them over.
Saw this gem on Twitter yesterday near the end of the Wisconsin blowout:
"Remember that Jim Harbaugh has more overnight sleepovers at recruit's homes than he does Big 10 titles."
Jim Harbaugh is and always will be a meat head, miserable, disliked, mental case. Jim Kelly is one of the nicest, most charitable, approachable players to ever play in the NFL and he couldn't stand Harbaugh. The hot seat couldn't happen to a "nicer guy". Bye bye Jimmy.
I posted this in the Thamel thread, it’s a good read. The crease is not so crisp in the khaki pants now.
Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel decimates Michigan & Jim Harbaugh - FootballScoop
I forgot about that...so creepy...
Also, trips to Rome to see the Pope. And spring practices in Florida.
The guy might not win championships, but he certainly knows how to pile up frequent flyer miles.
Too many spring breaks in Italy and Florida, too little time coaching.
damn, beat me to it.
Michigan under Jim Harbaugh:
~0-4 against Ohio State
~1-9 vs. top-10 opponents
~0-7 as an underdog
~1-6 on the road against ranked opponents
~Five losses by at least 21 points, including three of their last five games.
What is Jim Harbaugh's contract and buyout situation at Michigan? - FootballScoop
Michigan has been Muschamped.
He is one hire that I thought would be a homerun. Boy did I get that wrong.
Wait he was a "splash" hire! Isn't that what it is all about?
- Got stomped by a UF team in rebuild mode with a first year coach.
While I wouldn't call myself a Jim Harbaugh fan, I've appreciated that he has been behind some really good football teams. I just don't understand why it hasn't worked at Michigan.
I think there is value to a HCing hire that brings his entire staff with him. Great on and off field continuity that usually takes a year or two to develop at other programs. Mullen was a great hire, as he is 1) his own playcaller. We don’t have to worry about a new offensive system if the OC departs. And 2) he brought most of his coaches with him. This is not the case with most hires
1. The HC HAS to be a CEO...has to be able to delegate and trust his guys with the responsibility.
2. HC has to check off the very day things. Mullen has a plan. He makes sure each detail is getting done..(minus some recruiting issues he needs to fix). Harbaugh seems to like the spotlight but not the nitty gritty of everyday management.
3. A great OC and DC. Mullen has a great feel for the game. When to run a fake kick, a trick play, call a time out. There is a feel for it. Grantham dials in a blitz at just the right moment. A feel for what is happening. I dont know how to explain it. But Harbaugh hasn't brought in those types of coordinators since Mattison left.