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Michigan President Mark Schlissel Says Harbaugh Hiring Already Paying OffPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 01 / 15
Univ. of Michigan President Mark Schlissel yesterday said that while the football season has not yet started, first-year coach Jim Harbaugh "is already paying off," according to Kim Kozlowski of the DETROIT NEWS. Schlissel: "He’s mitigated some of our financial risk from the diminishing attend...
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