“Have to Have Jim Out”: Harbaugh’s Departure to LA Chargers Celebrated by Former Penn State DL

Published 01/31/2024, 12:34 PM EST

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The football community stands divided over Jim Harbaugh’s departure from Michigan. On one hand, fans are criticizing him for leaving Michigan, while the other bunch is thrilled to witness the magic he unfolds with the Chargers. However, a fan who is ready to straight up confess that “I’m happy to have Jim Harbaugh out of the Big Ten,” has piqued everyone’s ears.

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The former Penn State defensive line player has no filter when it comes to voicing out his thoughts, especially about Jim Harabaugh’s departure. While his thoughts might be perceived as ballsy criticism when heard for the first time, he only wishes the best for the former Michigan head coach. “Have to have Jim out. He’s gone,” believed Hawkins. However, he had his reasons for thinking so.

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“They win the national championship. Obviously, they face a ton of scrutiny all year for the cheating that came uncovered. I think it makes sense for him to go to the NFL. He wants to go win a Super Bowl, obviously losing to his brother back in 2012. So, I think it makes sense,” explained he. Harbaugh’s Super Bowl dream is the talk of the town. And Aeneas Hawkins, even though in his funny way, eloquently articulated it again.

The 49ers losing their Super Bowl game against the Ravens, led by Jim Harbaugh’s brother John Harbaugh, left a deep scar and an unfulfilled dream in Jim Harbaugh 11 years ago. Now that he has a chance to lift the Lombardi Trophy, Harbaugh is not going to leave any stone unturned. As evident, he has already started executing his sure-fire plan.

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Jim Harbaugh commences team building

As soon as he joined the Chargers, Harbaugh devised the perfect plan to reach the Super Bowl. Harbaugh turned the tasks considered tough by ESPN analysts like Bruce Feldman into reality by hiring Michigan’s X-factor Director of strength and conditioning Coach Ben Herbert.

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Along with him, he also took away Michigan’s DC Jesse Minter special teams coordinator, and his son Jay Harbaugh. These coaches have worked their way to reach the pinnacle in Michigan. Moreover, adding a dash of spice, Harbaugh also hired Joe Hortiz, who former Ravens’ staff member, shunning everyone who criticized him after the Super Bowl loss against the Ravens. All these, along with Greg Roman as the OC, are the master plan of Harbaugh. Despite assembling the Avengers, the longevity of the team in the next season will only be known once the season starts.

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