Mack Brown on Jim Harbaugh: ‘He’s done everything right’

If anyone has the place to grade a college football coach on their job with a team, former Texas coach Mack Brown certainly has that right. During his thirty-year coaching career, he amassed a win total of 244, 158 of those coming in his sixteen season with the Longhorns. He won two conference championships, played in six conference championship games, and won a national championship in 2005.

According to College Spun, Brown, who is now a college football analyst with ESPN, gave first-year Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh a pretty high grade on his job done with the Wolverines in this short time. Actually, he gave Harbaugh the highest grade you can possibly receive.

Now, maybe it’s just the legacy that surrounds Harbaugh, but we have yet to see what he can do in the Big Ten. Harbaugh had success in the PAC-12 with the Stanford Cardinal, but the Big Ten is considered to be one of the toughest conferences this season.

I guess Harbaugh really has something to live up to now. We will find out if he truly deserves a grade that high a week from today.

The Wolverines take on Utah in Salt Lake on September 3.

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