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Did Jim Harbaugh accuse Michigan State football of negative recruiting?

15 December 2016

What's more, Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman cited a source close to Harbaugh on Tuesday who said the coach wasn't leaving the Wolverines.

Since being added to the NFL's Career Development Advisory Panel's list of recommended coaching replacements, rumors have swirled about Harbaugh's potential return to the NFL.

The speculation began after the Los Angeles Rams fired Jeff Fisher on Monday.

Whereas it doesn't seem like this is a great job opening outside of the potential money (Harbaugh already makes $9 million per year), there are only 32 National Football League jobs and when a team comes calling most coaches will at the very least listen.

"My name got attached to a lot of things I didn't say", Breer told Dan Patrick Wednesday on "The Dan Patrick Show". You probably know the names of the top three that I'm referring to.

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From his quotes regarding how to attack each day to those regarding whole milk and steak, Harbaugh has always given the media, and his players, the right quotes to get them all in a tizzy. They like to tell that to the recruits, to their families, try to manipulate them into going to some other school besides MI. I couldn't see him going anywhere. "If I'm not wrong, didn't he take less money to come here?"

"I'm not leaving MI, not even considering it", Harbaugh was quoted according to the Detroit Free Press.

Harbaugh himself reiterated that language Tuesday at Michigan's annual banquet. The 49ers were 44-19-1 under Harbaugh and made three straight appearances in the NFC Championship Game.

Since taking over as Michigan's head coach in 2015, the Wolverines have gone 20-5 and won the Citrus Bowl a year ago.