Michigan has scheduled a Tuesday press conference at noon ET where Jim Harbaugh is expected to be introduced as the Wolverines’ new head football coach. BTN’s on-air coverage will start at 11:45 a.m. ET and run through the conclusion of the event. Our coverage will be available live online via BTN2Go.com as well as the BTN2Go app. Click this link at 11:45 a.m. ET to watch the event via BTN2Go. Rick Pizzo, Marcus Ray, J Leman, and Stanley Jackson will headline BTN’s special on-air report while Sue Ann Robak covers the scene in Ann Arbor with interviews from selected guests. At
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According to Bleacher Report, which cites two members of the 49ers coaching staff and a third NFL source, Jim Harbaugh is expected to become the next head coach at Michigan.
Jim Harbaugh is expected to take the Michigan job, according to Bleacher Report, which cites two members of the 49ers coaching staff and a third NFL source. Twenty-eight years after finishing his career at Michigan, Harbaugh appears to be returning to his college campus. Here’s a detailed look at Harbaugh’s trek back to Michigan, where he was the starting quarterback from 1984-86. 1987-2001 – Harbaugh spends 15 seasons in the NFL, mostly with the Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts. 2002-03 – Harbaugh enters the coaching field and serves as Oakland Raiders quarterbacks coach under Bill Callahan. 2004-06 – Harbaugh gets