3. Jim Harbaugh is a proven winner in the NFL
Jim Harbaugh just went 12-2 at Michigan. Some will say this isn’t impressive, but I’d argue it was extremely impressive, and I don’t see Michigan winning that many games without Harbaugh. But guess what, who cares about what he did in college.
His accomplishments in college football don’t mean anything when you get to the league, but guess what? Harbaugh has been in the league, and he’s been elite.
In Harbaugh’s NFL coaching career with the 49ers (4 years 2011-2014), he went 44-19-1 in the revaluation season. He has a .695 winning percentage and has made the playoffs three times. In those three playoff seasons, Harbaugh was 5-3, making the Super Bowl once (lost) and the NFC Championship game all three seasons (lost twice, won once).
Anyone that tries to sell you that Harbaugh was not a good NFL coach is selling you lies.
Harbaugh’s record in the NFL speaks for itself.