Comments originated from an interview with a Nebraksa radio station:
“I think Jim’s kind of all over the map,” DiNardo says.
When pressed on his “all over the map” description of Harbaugh, DiNardo makes valid points.
“Well, what offense is he going to run? Who’s calling the plays?” DiNardo asks. “Is (Ole Miss transfer quarterback) Shea Patterson, who’s a spread guy — are they going to put Shea into the pro formation or are they going to take the pro formation and make it a spread formation for Shea?”
Michigan often has been a mess at quarterback since 2015, Harbaugh’s first season there.
What’s more, “They’ve had how many different co-offensive coordinators?” DiNardo says. “Who’s doing what? I mean, it’s a pretty simple question: Who’s calling the plays? Except that’s not a simple question in Ann Arbor. The answer is convoluted. …
“I was on the sideline and watched the Outback Bowl,” he adds, referring to Michigan’s 26-19 loss to an 8-4 South Carolina team. “It doesn’t look like a well-oiled machine to me."
I mean, just take it from a guy with a 59-76 head coaching record