Let’s Look at Jim Harbaugh @ Michigan and his NCAA Football Odds Future
For example, in his first season with the 49ers, Jim swam against the current to win the NFC West division title. In a season that everybody expected him to fail; he soared mightily to a 13–3, the second-best regular-season in the NFC. Mind you, this was the first time since 2002 the 49ers made it to the playoffs. In 2012, under his guidance, the team won the NFC West division title for a second year running. That year, the went on to beat the Atlanta Falcons 28–24 in the NFC Championship Game to progress to the Super Bowl XLVII, where the Niners were infamously beaten by the Ravens, coached by his brother John Harbaugh–the first time ever that two brothers had met as head coaches in the Super Bowl. In 2013, he led them to a 12–4, and a third consecutive appearance in the playoffs and NFC title game where they lost to the Seattle Seahawks. By doing so, he became the first coach to make three appearances in the Conference Championship game in his first three seasons.
Can Jim Harbaugh do in his college return what Saban and Spurrier did before him? pic.twitter.com/Va5IFeXuFQ— ESPNU (@ESPNU) August 7, 2015