Per Albert Breer, it is now official. Jim Harbaugh will be the head coach of @umichfootball.— uSTADIUM (@uSTADIUM) December 29, 2014
After going 5-7 in 2014, Michigan had back-to-back 10 win seasons and two favorable bowl bids, something they would have never dreamed of two years prior.
But now, according to Albert Breer, that dream could be over sooner than they had originally thought.
During a segment with Colin Cowherd, Breer reportedly told Cowherd off air that Harbaugh could be once again look toward the NFL, this time at the Los Angeles Rams.
It’s been quite a while since the Rams have been over .500 and he could be just the man to get them there. Of course, the Rams just signed Jeff Fisher to an extension. Still doesn't mean they won't fire him, especially after another horrid season.
The rumors that get traction, especially for coaches who are doing particularly well, seem to go the furthest.
So if Harbaugh is going to leave, he'll confirm or deny it himself before it gets out of control. Hopefully sooner than later.