Paul Finebaum thinks Michigan shouldn’t wait to fire Jim Harbaugh.
The head coach of the Wolverines is on the hottest seat in all of college sports, and there’s a very good chance this is his final year with the team. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Finebaum doesn’t think the program should wait to get rid of him. During a Friday appearance on ESPN, the famous college football pundit pushed for the Wolverines to terminate Harbaugh right now “instead of waiting for November.”
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As much as Michigans might not want to admit it, there’s a very real chance this season turns into a disaster for them.
The Wolverines have games against Washington, Wisconsin, Indiana, Penn State and Ohio State, and they could lose every single one.
Going 7-5 isn’t just on the table. It’s a very likely outcome, and that’s if Michigan wins every game it’s favored in, which is obviously far from a guarantee.
Harbaugh’s time in Ann Arbor is rapidly nearing an end, and that’s just a fact. You might not like it, but it’s true.
Short of Michigan winning at least nine regular season games, I think you can bet the house on Harbaugh being fired or resigning. This story doesn’t have a happy ending for the pro-Harbaugh crowd. That much I can guarantee you.