Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Jim Harbaugh, Jay Gruden and the Michigan Wolverines

 "Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat."
– F. Scott Fitzgerald

 Jim Harbaugh, Jay Gruden and  the Michigan Wolverines

By now you might know that I’d be very happy if Jim Harbaugh, coach of the 49ers returned to Ann Arbor as head coach of the Wolverines. This former co-captain of the Michigan Wolverines comes from a football background as his father, Jack Harbaugh was a former Wolverine position coach. John Harbaugh, a Super Bowl winner and Jim’s older brother is currently head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.

It’s my understanding that Michigan has reached out to Jay Gruden the head coach of the Washington Redskins. If the Wolverines are considering going to the NFL ranks for their next head coach, I support that idea wholeheartedly. Todays, top recruits generally think about playing in the NFL. and having an NFL experienced coach would be great for recruiting. And we all know that Michigan can use assistance with prospective players as a number of top recruits have bailed because of Michigan’s poor record and Brady Hoke’s firing.

Jim Harbaugh is still my first choice. I would not be unhappy if Jay Gruden was hired. Certainly, men of this caliber would be a good fit for Michigan’s illustrious football history and program.

One suggestion would be to contact Mike Keller COO of the Football League of America for assistance regarding the hiring of football coaches with NFL experience. Keller has put together entire football leagues. And currently is ready to implement another professional football league this spring. He has the contacts with coaches and would be an excellent resource for the University Michigan. In fact, as a former player, he knows Jimmy Hackett, the current Michigan, and A.D.

Another suggestion is to contact Gary Moeller Michigan’s former head coach, who also has coaching experience in the NFL. In fact, Gary’s son, Andy is a position coach for the Cleveland Browns. And I know that both Keller and Gary Moeller would work together efficiently. In fact, Gary Moeller was Mike Keller’s position coach along with legend Bo Schembechler.

Come on Jimmy Hackett, allow Mike Keller and Gary Moeller to assist you.

 Go Blue!

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