Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh will be rooting for Ohio State in Monday's national championship game. Get the full details inside!
With the football season hitting its apex and the Big Ten playing a major role, I reach into my Big Ten Mailbag to answer your queries. The Jim Harbaugh hires continues to resonate.
I caught up with Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez recently for a story I’m working on. While I had him on the phone, I had to ask him about Michigan’s hiring of Jim Harbaugh. “It didn’t surprise me,” Rodriguez said. “The time in San Francisco is done. I think he’ll do well. They have a lot of resources. He’s a ball coach … and he wins.” Rodriguez knows there can be pitfalls coaching his alma mater, which he did at West Virginia and had great success from 2001-07. But that doesn’t have to be an issue. A key is having unity
Historic? Tide turning? However you wanna label the Big Ten’s bowl season, it sent a message that the conference still carries a big stick and may be primed for a run of domination.
Harbaugh has been on Twitter maybe 24 hours & already has 105k, making him 2nd most followed B1G coach, Meyer is 1st. pic.twitter.com/cTuncVqTSF — Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks) January 3, 2015 Michigan owns college football’s most popular Twitter handle (@umichfootball), in terms of followers (257K). Its new coach isn’t far behind. Jim Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) rejoined Twitter on Friday, and he already has 126K followers, and counting, as of 2:30 p.m. ET Sunday. For what it’s worth, he had 106K at the same time Saturday afternoon. That’s impressive. So much so, that he’s already No. 2 among Big Ten football coaches on
With the New Year just about here, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart is taking a look back at the bets of 2014 Big Ten football.
How did Michigan football players react to the hiring of Jim Harbaugh? See some of the best tweets we saw on Twitter inside.
Soon enough, it will be 2015. Before we officially flip the calendar, I wanted to take a look back at the top 2014 moments in Big Ten football and basketball.
Today is day for Michigan fans to celebrate the arrival of Jim Harbaugh. But let's look ahead to five things we can expect to see in the weeks, months and years ahead in Ann Arbor.
It's official: Jim Harbaugh is Michigan's coach. BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart calls it a game-changing move that immediately changes the power structure of Big Ten football.