Ohio State trolls Jim Harbaugh on news of possible expansion

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After a late Thursday night report from Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh close to an agreement to stay with the school, Ohio State decided to have a little fun. It’s no secret that schools hate each other, but the state of Ohio has owned this game since Harbaugh became Michigan’s head coach.
News of the possible and final extension came like wildfire last night. It didn’t slow down the Ohio State football team’s Twitter account, which was on point.

See below to witness the Ohio State Troll in Michigan for their latest victory in the rivalry.

According to the report, Harbaugh’s salary is lower than previously paid and has a strong incentive. Jim Harbaugh are approaching what would be a five-year extension with a lower base salary but with strong incentives, ”the report said. “If the Wolverines hit some championship benchmarks, he could recoup most of the $ 8 million he was supposed to earn this season … The contract presented includes hefty incentives to win the Big Ten East division, a Big Championship. Ten, to reach the national playoffs and win a national championship. There is also a smaller buyout if UM decides to fire Harbaugh. ”

Harbaugh has been in Michigan since 2015, and he has a 49-22 record at that time. Although he led the program to 10-game winning seasons in 2015, 2016 and 2018, the patience within the fanbase ran out after a 2-4 start to the 2020 season.

Monday night, national bestselling author John U. Bacon reported that Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel discussed a possible contract extension with Harbaugh, but an incentive system, with a lower base salary and a lower buyout.

“UM AD Warde Manuel spoke with Jim Harbaugh a new contract with a lower base salary and a buy-out, but with good provisions for hiring top-level assistants and great performance incentives, ”Bacon wrote.

He continued in a second tweet, “Harbaugh can now accept, negotiate, or refuse. At least five NFL teams have expressed interest in hiring him – as usual – but it’s not clear if any have already made firm offers. “

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