A few years ago, Harbaugh, who played for Michigan, revealed that his coaches had successfully discouraged him from majoring in History. Reason being, doing so would divert too much time from his primary goal, being a qb. At the time of the interview, Harbaugh was head coach at Stanford, and he claimed that The Farm produced scholar athletes, something the U of MI had failed to do.
The irony is that if MI hires this guy for that kind of money, you can forget athletic scholarship. No one pays this ridiculous amount of money for a head football coach and his staff so that the team will spend more time in the library. If he takes the job, how will Harbaugh explain his apparent change of heart?