If Michigan fires head coach Jim Harbaugh after the 2019 season, they'd owe him a buyout of $10 million. That's one problem. The other problem: Who would they hire as Harbaugh's replacement?
After Michigan's Week 4 loss to Wisconsin, Harbaugh is still 40-15 in four-plus seasons as head coach, though he's just one year removed from a frustrating eight-win season and isn't doing anything to eradicate the stench of last year's blowout at Ohio State.
If Harbaugh is fired, who might the Wolverines target? Steven Lassan (Athlon Sports) and Andrew Doughty discuss on the September 22nd episode of High Motor podcast (starts at 3:23):