Michigan is working on a lifetime contract for head coach Jim Harbaugh.....
Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports
According to former Notre Dame QB and current Fox Sports college football analyst Brady Quinn, Michigan is working on a lifetime contract for head coach Jim Harbaugh. Really?...

“I talked to someone who’s kind of an insider within that program, and we had a long, drawn out conversation,” Quinn said on FOX Sports Radio, according to Mike Sullivan. “What he told me was that they’re working on a lifetime contract. I swear to you, that was his words. I kind of pressed him on it and said ‘Really?! A lifetime deal? What would that even look like?’ He couldn’t give me the particulars, but he said that’s one of the things they are talking about. That’s how confident, that’s how good they feel about Jim Harbaugh and how glad they are to have him there. So maybe that’s something Harbaugh wants.”
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Is Mich crazy...... with Les Miles readily available and waiting in the wings to perfect his UM old run, dive play offense.... another fake news story
Reply1 month
There will be two contracts in that case. One with Harbaugh and the other with a hitman who must be ready to go if receives an invite for a sleepover.
Reply2 months
They love sleep overs with teenage boys. What could go wrong?
Reply2 months
Until they fire him
Reply2 months
Please God let this be true!!
Reply2 months
Considering "lifetime" contracts aren't possible, I call bull shite. Now, they can make it for 30 years, but "lifetime" is not legally binding in these kinds of contracts.
Reply2 months
It will doom Michigan for the next 30 years. If coaches have $10m buyouts for 3 yrs or so left on a contract, what's it going to be for a lifetime contract - $100m? Congrats Vols, we've found a dumber administration than UT's.
Reply2 months
A lifetime of coming up short? Seems like an odd choice.
Reply2 months
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