They clashed at both the college and the pro levels but now that Jim Harbaugh has left the 49ers and the NFC West, it appears he will not be missed by Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
Just two days after parting ways with the San Francisco 49ers, former Wolverines quarterback Jim Harbaugh is rejoining his alma mater as head coach.
If there was any question about the split, Jim Harbaugh appears to already be over his breakup with the 49ers. Back in the Bay Area, most of the ire is directed at CEO Jed York, and GM Trent Baalke.
The news that 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is indeed leaving after all the speculation hit home today for the players in the locker room, especially quarterback Colin Kaepernick who shared his feelings on social media.
Apparently even the University of Michigan is calling the hiring of Jim Harbaugh as the next coach of the Wolverines as a done deal.
Harbaugh said after a 20-17 victory against playoff-bound Arizona on Sunday that he is leaving the 49ers, but did not say if he was resigning or was fired.
If Jim Harbaugh does take the coaching position in Michigan, he will be the highest paid college coach.
Another day, another report that Jim Harbaugh will no longer be the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco 49er Head Coach Jim Harbaugh has been offered a $48 million contract to become the new head coach of the Michigan Wolverines, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.