Interesting article from Dan Wetzel. He's generally one of the more intelligent national writers out there, and the release of Harbaugh's updated compensation for this year brought about an actually interesting piece. No hot takes about whether Harbaugh is "worth it" or deserves to be the highest paid HC like those from ESPN and other outlets to be found here.
The focus shouldn’t be on Harbaugh, per se. Instead it should center on some or even many of the other 343 of his co-workers in Ann Arbor. Good and talented people, one and all we’re sure, but they represent, in ever growing numbers, the National Collegiate Athletic Industrial Complex that finds ways to spend money on themselves before popular football teams like Harbaugh’s Wolverines can even earn it.
This instead delves into Athletic Department spending and athlete compensation, attacking practices within major college athletics that sound relatively Brandon-esque. Wetzel also dismisses the notion that Harbaugh isn't worth the money spent to the University because OBVIOUSLY he is.
Worth a read: Link.