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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas



    I didnt even think Chris Hoke was in any trouble. I know UMich isnt winning as much as the fans would like and they had a mediocre year this season but I would never have figured him to be on the hot seat yet. I mean it seems like he just got there.

    Anyway I remember this story when it first came out and I laughed and laughed. And now seeing it again I am laughing and laughing again.
    They hate us..... but they want to BE us. (.... or at least poach all our players/coaches/FO people!)




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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas

    I didn't believe it when someone posted this same thing a few weeks ago and I still don't now. I just feel if there was anything to these rumors then someone in the local media would have uncovered it and come out with it. Wouldn't be reading about it on a site called "Chatsports" and a forums.

    It's not something any of us should really be concerned with anyway, if he left, Bisciotti and Newsome could literally name their coach out of pretty much any NFL assistant/NCAA coach out there. This is a top five coaching job in the NFL, even coming off the year we did, they would have no problem finding an excellent successor to Harbaugh.




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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by OrioleWay86 View Post
    One of the top hits for "Ace Williams" on Google:

    http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/ace-williams-fraud

    Looks like Michigan fans are well aware that this dude is a straight up BS artist.
    With a name like Ace Williams could he be anything else?

    It does make for some interesting entertainment but it's beyond ridiculous.
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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Petard View Post
    Bc-

    "couldn't it be "Bc's sister-in-law to Michigan or Texas or Antarctica?"

    I guess it depends on what YOU'D get in the trade!!!
    Beau, I'd prefer Antarctica, and I would gladly pay the extra fare... Bc




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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by RoflDogs View Post
    These are some of the potential HC guys I like if this does happen (which I think is very low):

    Mike Zimmer
    Bill O'Brien
    Todd Bowles
    Ray Horton
    Rich Bissacia (token ST coach)
    Mayyybbeeee Adam Gase, not too sure.

    My preference is an offensive genius, but there are no Chip Kellys/Trestmans/McCoys available this year I don't think
    You're kidding, right? Was John Harbaugh on your list last time? Few had even heard of him. When Harbaugh finally does leave no one will be able to make a credible list of candidates for this team. Ozzie and Steve don't talk
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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    But HARBs is a merc. He loves money. Someone posted his quotes after he spoke to his business group after the SB. I asked him what his fee was. His guess was $20,000 for a 50 min talk. The agency that brought him in deals with Phil Sims who got less.
    I'm not sure this makes Harbaugh a "merc". I'd be surprised if it was only $20,000. Good freinds with guys who routinely hire speakers for Fortune 500 companies and they don't blink at 6 figures for a one hour event.




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    Harbaugh to Michigan (Rumor?)

    Saw an Interesting article speculating on Harbaugh to Michigan or Texas.
    It was written by a Mich booster. The interesting part is that he states harbaugh had communicated that he was interested in moving to the college ranks...

    Gimme a sec...gotta dig it up...dang tablet...

    Anyone else see this?
    Last edited by bensmotorcyclehelmt; 01-02-2014 at 07:41 PM.




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    Re: Harbaugh to Michigan

    Should have put rumour in your title




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    Re: Harbaugh to Michigan

    http://www.chatsports.com/michigan-w...ered-10-2-4680

    Who knows if there is any legitimacy to it, but I doubt it.

    Then again, with the time commitments to the NFL, maybe he's interested in spending more time with his family, which a college job provides...
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    Re: Harbaugh to Michigan?

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Should have put rumour in your title
    http://www.chatsports.com/michigan-w...ered-10-2-4680




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    Re: Harbaugh to Michigan?

    didn't see that first thread, sorry for the repeat.

    Rumor, bs, or whatever, it was an interesting read, IMO.

    Even if it's complete fiction.




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    Re: Harbaugh to Michigan?

    Headline : Bc's sister-in-law to McDonald's or Burger King (Rumor ?)
    details to follow... Bc




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    Re: Rumor Harbs to Michigan or Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by perryw9202 View Post
    I'm not sure this makes Harbaugh a "merc". I'd be surprised if it was only $20,000. Good freinds with guys who routinely hire speakers for Fortune 500 companies and they don't blink at 6 figures for a one hour event.
    This. Seriously, it's a bit laughable to call someone a "mercenary" for doing paid speaking engagements. It'd be like calling high-profile athletes "mercenaries" for also getting paid to do commercials.




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    Re: Harbaugh to Michigan?

    probably should merge to a single containment thread.




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