After a late Thursday night report from the Michigan coach Jim Harbo Close to a deal to stay with the school, Ohio decided to have a little fun. It’s no secret that schools hate each other, but Ohio State has won this game since Harbo became Michigan’s head coach.
News of a possible extension and closure came out like wildfire last night. That didn’t slow down the Ohio football team’s Twitter account, which was fine.
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According to the report, Harbaugh will be paid less than he was previously paid and be highly motivated Jim Harbo The extension is close to five years with a lower base salary but big incentives. “If the Wolverines were to reach certain tournament standards, they could recover most of the $ 8 million they were set to make this season … The contract offered includes substantial incentives to win the Big Ten East division, the Big Ten Championship, to reach the national level playoffs And winning a national championship. There’s also a smaller buyout if UM decides to fire Harbaugh. “
Harbaugh has been in Michigan since 2015, and holds a record 49-22 at that time. Although he led the show to 10 victories seasons in 2015, 2016 and 2018, patience within the fan base is running out after the 2-4 start of the 2020 season.
Monday evening, national best-selling writer John Y. Bacon It was reported that Michigan Athletic Director Ward Manuel had discussed a potential contract extension with HarbaughBut it’s loaded with incentives, with a lower base salary and less buyout.
UM AD Warde Manuel discussed with Jim Harbo Bacon wrote: “A new contract with a lower base salary and the purchase of compensation, albeit with good provisions for hiring senior assistants and substantial incentives for performance.”
He continued in a second tweet: “Harbaugh can now accept, negotiate or refuse. At least five teams from NFL have indicated willingness to appoint him – as usual – although it is not clear if any of them have made steady offers so far.”