The Perfect Scenario for Michigan Football

Posted: November 3, 2014 in Michigan football

It’s a foregone conclusion that University of Michigan’s Head Football Coach Brady Hoke will be fired or resigning at the end of the season, so now it’s time to think about his replacement. The ultimate choice to replace Hoke is San Francisco 49ers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh. I know what you’re thinking, why would Harbaugh leave the NFL for college football? I’ll tell you why: because the 49ers’ coach is reportedly feuding with the front office and the players in the locker room. His fiery temper and passion come from the most beloved Michigan coach: the late Bo Schembechler, who coached Harbaugh from 1983-1986. Harbaugh’s style of coaching is better suited for the college game. The NFL requires a coach who is much more even-keeled because the pro game is so much more physical than college. The players need to pace themselves, and they don’t need their coach getting up in their face to do extra work when their bodies need to heal. This is why U-M players would embrace Harbaugh. They need his guidance to turn them into better players and most importantly, men. So if you’re hoping for Harbaugh to become the next University of Michigan head football coach, the following has to happen: the 49ers have to miss the playoffs, or they must get knocked out in the first round of the playoffs.

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