Michigan Reacts Survey: Given the recent NCAA issues, will Jim Harbaugh be coaching Michigan next season?

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It’s been an eventful bye week for the Michigan Wolverines with accusations swirling about potential sign-stealing infractions and their implications for the program. Despite the distractions, Jim Harbaugh and his players remain focused on the upcoming games.

The Wolverines have performed exceptionally well in 2023, but their most crucial games are yet to come. Their first challenge will be against the Penn State Nittany Lions, who only suffered a loss to Ohio State in Columbus last week. Penn State has shown themselves to be a formidable team in the Big Ten Championship.

However, the Buckeyes managed to secure a victory in that game, largely thanks to a standout performance from Marvin Harrison Jr. Although not all of Ohio State’s wins have been impressive, they have defeated worthy opponents in Notre Dame and now Penn State.

Considering the outcome of Ohio State’s game, how do you envision Michigan’s matchups against the other top two teams in the Big Ten East?

Regardless of the game results, it is highly likely that Harbaugh will once again draw interest from the NFL in the upcoming offseason. Despite rumors, he has yet to sign a new deal with Michigan.

In addition to the ongoing NFL interest, Harbaugh faces added pressure due to potential NCAA violations related to the sign-stealing scandal. These offseason infractions have not been fully resolved, even though he served a self-imposed three-game suspension.

Given all the distractions and NCAA investigations, do you believe Harbaugh will remain in Ann Arbor next year?

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