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Former Michigan Football Coach Jim Harbaugh Wanted to Stay

Former Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh wanted to stay at Michigan according to a brand new book about him. However, distrust for administrators and strong dislike for the NCAA, which always seemed to hound the college football coach, forced him to jump to the NFL and coach the Los Angeles Chargers.

In all fairness, it seemed like Harbaugh long wanted to return to the NFL and the Chargers gig pays significantly more money. Although Michigan was about to make Harbaugh the highest paid coach in college football. Nevertheless, he is gone and the undefeated 15-0 national championship season is in the rear view mirror.

Add Nebraska football to the list of teams that is not psyched about playing on Friday night as part of the FOX Friday night college football broadcast package. They fear their September home game vs Illinois may put their sell-out streak at risk. That particular game would be 400 consecutive sell-outs.

Speaking of Nebraska, are the Huskers becoming Quarterback U? Dylan Raiola aside, Matt Rhule has QB’s lined up for 2025 and possibly 2026. Tune in here to find out who he is going after.

As we head into the Memorial Day holiday weekend, we will also have the latest from the Big Ten Baseball Tournament and we take a peak at college football championship future’s odds with Craig Shemon on Locked on Big 10. Tune in and tell your friends about us!

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