Is This Season "Do or Die" for Jim Harbaugh? - Pro Sports Fandom
If we rewind the time back to the end of the 2014 season, Michigan had seen enough of Brady Hoke and wanted to make a change. The Wolverines had fallen into the middle tier of the Big Ten Conference. Worse, their two chief rivals, Ohio State and Michigan State had become the powerhouses of the conference and had religiously beat down the maize and blue on a consistent basis. Ohio State was going to the College Football Playoff and Michigan State was seeing a New Year’s Six game. It had become a Wolverines fan’s nightmare. However, Michigan finally made their big hire that had eluded them for so long in bringing in one of their own in Jim Harbaugh. Harbaugh helped put the San Francisco 49ers back on the map and after what seemed to be a marriage that went south and fast in San Francisco. Harbaugh, who had probably preferred an NFL coaching job, opted to go home and rebuild the once proud Wolverines squad. In year one, Michigan made leaps and bounds. After a nailbiting loss in Utah, Michigan dominated their opponents until the Michigan State game where a muffed-snap-on-the-punt-recovered-turned-to-touchdown gave the Spartans. People shrugged it at the [...]