I thought it would be nice to wish our new coach and his wife a Happy Anniversary today. Harbaugh sent this out on twitter this morning to 130,000 followers. Posted here for the ones who do not follow on twitter.
I was just thinking how really stupid San Fransico is AGAIN. Could you imagine 44+ wins in 4 years and they didn't do everything in their power to keep him.
Hell this was innocent.........................
I have done so much worse after a few drinks............
Thank You San Francisco,
Die Hard Michigan fan here and I personally couldn't Thank You enough for your stupid generocity. WOW~
Since the end of September I could have only prayed for something like this and did. Who do we thank, Bo, God or the stupidity of the San Fransico 49ers or/and the Brilliance of the University of Michigan, Wolverines?
Welcome Home Jim Harbaugh!
I am Thanking Everyone!
This is a wonderful read from 49ers.com, meaning the Comments section below the article and other Niner-related links.
Man, there are some pissed off people in 49er Nation, a whole lot of them. A cursory look at this says the sentiment is going about 20 to 1 in support of Harbaugh. They know that we're getting the best, and many call on the management to be fired and even for the sale of the team.
This is my first time creating a forum post. Some of you have seen me comment here and there for the last three years. You'll know from my other posts that: a) I'm an Ohio State fan; and b) I'm not a troll--I visit here because I love college football and respect the writers and posters on this blog.
With the introductions out of the way let me start out by saying that I (like many other Buckeye fans) hope you guys get Harbaugh. The B1G needs Michigan to be its traditional self. Ohio State is only as good as the strength of its conference in many respects. And it benefits as much as Michigan if The Game is between two ranked powerhouses that will usually decide who goes to the B1G Championship Game.
I think Harbaugh can get you guys there more so than anyone else available. And, from reading this board, it appears that I am not alone. Assuming this happens, what are reasonable expectations for the Wolverines in year one? Transition usually takes time, but we have seen programs where the transition is seamless and the new coach has early success. Oddly, Brady Hoke was one of them in 2011. Would be interested to hear your thoughts. Thanks.