Jim Harbaugh affirms he will come back to Michigan in 2019

im Harbaugh has heard his name come up various occasions as of late as NFL groups get ready to look for new head mentors, however the pioneer of the Michigan Wolverines says he isn't going anyplace.

Throughout the end of the week, Harbaugh revealed to ESPN's Adam Schefter that he will stay at Michigan in 2019.

"I'm on record appropriate here, at the present time: I'm not going anyplace," Harbaugh said. "I'm remaining at Michigan. We have huge plans here, and there's a ton we need to achieve."

Harbaugh said he has heard the theory connecting him to NFL occupations indeed this year, and he trusts a portion of those bits of gossip are planted by adversary schools hoping to pick up favorable position on the enlisting trail.

"This is an arranged message that surfaces as of now consistently before marking day," he said. "It's kin spreading messages to advance their very own plan."

It looked like Michigan may at last battle for a national title in Harbaugh's fourth season with the program, yet one more misfortune to Ohio State wasted any shot the Wolverines had of achieving the College Football Playoff. In spite of that, Michigan's AD as of late impacted a report that Harbaugh needs out, and now we can perceive any reason why.

With No. 7 Michigan 10-2 and set to play in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl not long from now, Harbaugh now has a record of 38-13 with the school.