Man for all seasons scofield dies at 86. His son, Scott, is on the staff and is making a pitch for the head coaching job. — The Associated Press (@AP) April 27, 2015
Jim Harbaugh for Michigan State: An article by Matt Norlander says Jim Harbaugh wanted to coach일본 카지노 both of Michigan State’s football teams. It sounds like we’re going to have to hear more about the situation between the Michigan State coaching duo and Harbaugh. — SB Nation (@SBNation) April 26, 2015
Harbaugh for Penn State: Bob Knight’s brother Bob Jr. tweeted that Jim Harbaugh wants to coach Penn State but also said the Nittany Lions are going to have to make his move.
Harbaugh is the 49th coach to win four national championships. — Bob Knight Sr. (@KnightSR1) April 25, 2015
Jim Harbaugh wants the Baltimore Ravens to hire him for defensive coordinator. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) April 25, 2015
Harbaugh for Cincinnati? I think I remember him saying he’d love to coach in Cincinnati… or maybe he’d go and interview with Cincinnati for offensive coordinator. — Steve Doak (@SportsRadarPete) April 23, 2015
So maybe Jim Harbaughgta5 카지노 칩 is making a move. — Joe Robbins (@espnJoeBob) April 24, 2015
Harbaugh has been interviewed for the Baltimore Ravens’ head coaching job and would like to be named offensive coordinator, and that would place the new Cincinnati coach in an interesting position. As mentioned by John Anzalone of CBSsports.com, Harbaugh is in no rush to make a final decision.
It would seem that Jim Harbaugh is going to be an open book when he meets 카지노 뷰with the Ravens in mid-April. — Brian Billick (@billsportsbom) April 25, 2015
As mentioned by the Associated Press, Jim Harbaugh’s old coach Jim Tomsula may be open to being the next man in, in part because of former Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase’s familiarity with Harbaugh and his system. But while the 49ers’ offensive line coach is also looking for a job, Harbaugh is also reportedly looking for a head coaching job.
Harbaugh would be looking for an offensive coordinator job; not a head coaching job. I think we might learn more about him soon. He has to interview, so get it together, @SBNation. #FantasyFootball — John Breech (@JohnBreech) April 26, 2015