Brady Hoke’s days are numbered in Ann Arbor and there has already been speculation that Michigan is going to take a run at the Harbaugh brothers to replace him. John Harbaugh has already come out and said he has no interest in returning to Ann Arbor.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn’t interested in the Michigan head coaching job, reports the Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson.
It was reported Sunday that Michigan is interested in Harbaugh as a replacement for current coach Brady Hoke even more than brother Jim Harbaugh, who played for the Wolverines from 1983-86. Both brothers grew up in Ann Arbor, as their father Jack was an assistant under former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler, and John graduated from Pioneer High School in the town.
But according to the report, John Harbaugh is content as the coach of the Ravens and doesn’t want to go after a position held by Hoke, who is a friend.
You’re going to hear the name Harbaugh attached to the Michigan job until another coach is hired. I expect Michigan to make a run at both brothers and expect them to throw plenty of money at them in the process.