It’s been only one season. But Jim Harbaugh is already dominating much of the college football talk before the season even starts.
The good news for Michigan fans is Harbaugh has no intention to coach anywhere else (at least right now), as he made clear in a previously recorded interview with SiriusXM Radio.
When asked if he sees himself coaching the Wolverines “forever,” — for 20-25 years — the coach said he plans on that.
“Yeah I think that way,” Harbaugh said. “I think, God willing and the creek don’t rise, that’ll happen. I love coaching, I love football and I love the University of Michigan.”
Of course, doubters bring up Harbaugh’s past history of never being a head coach anywhere for longer than four seasons at San Diego, Stanford and the San Francisco 49ers.
Harbaugh’s second season starts Sept. 3 against Hawaii.