Let me preface this, with a backdrop. I am sitting in my office, listening to SVP & Russillo and Scott was talking to Chris Mortensen about the Florida job and Chip Kelly's name got brought up along w/ Harbaugh. They both stated that they think Harbaugh is an NFL guy, but they see Chip as just a coach. It doesn't matter where to him.
It got me thinking, if Harbaugh were to say "no thanks", and money wasn't a concern, should Michigan consider Chip Kelly? Does anyone think there's a chance a large enough check would get him to jettison the Eagles for Ann Arbor? Also, even if he did want to come would the fear of losing him to the NFL shortly thereafter be a concern?
I personally would love the shift to a Chip Kelly style offense vs. what we see now and I think it would be a home run of a hire. I understand it'd be a complete transition in styles but I believe it would play dividends in the long run.
EDIT: I don't think this is a remote possibility, it was being discussed that maybe he would consider the jump back to college - just curious what the board thought about this hypothetical.