Friday, January 7, 2011

Jim Harbaugh leaves Stanford for the 49ers

Jim Harbaugh has left Stanford and signed a $5 million contract with the San Francisco 49ers.

Harbaugh led the Cardinal to a 12-1 record in 2010, and a Orange Bowl Championship this past Monday night.

In 2006 the Cardinal were 1-11, Harbaugh became the Head Coach in 2007, turning Stanford into a contender for the Pac 10 Championship, losing only to Oregon, who will be playing for a National Championship, this year.

Now that Harbaugh won't be the next coach at Michigan, I hope the Wolverines Athletic Director, Dave Brandon, moves quickly to find Michigan's next head football coach.

Weather it's former Lloyd Carr assistant Brady Hoke, or ex-Michigan player Les Miles, the Wolverines must find a coach, and sooner better than later.

National signing day is February 2nd, just 26 days away, and the coaching staff is going to have their work cut out for them making sure the recruits already committed to the team will stay, plus, they will be targeting their own kids to recruit.

Michigan took a shot at Harbaugh earlier, and missed, now it's time not to miss.

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