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Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh Addresses Michigan Rumors, Wants Brady Hoke To Be Head Coach For 'A Long Time'

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke's future is in question. The squad is 2-3 this season, and Hoke's hot seat is on fire, as people have openly called for him to lose his job.

One of the names that has been thrown around as a possible replacement for Hoke is Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, who went to high school in Ann Arbor and whose father was an assistant under legendary Wolverines coach Bo Schembechler. Today, Harbaugh addressed the rumors, saying that he's interested in Hoke being the team's coach for "a long time to come."

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It seems pretty clear that Harbaugh wants Hoke to lead the Wolverines for a while, but he didn't address what he would do if Hoke gets canned. Reports do say that he's not interested in the job, and it would be a surprise if Harbaugh, a successful NFL coach, left his team to take a job at a school that isn't even his alma mater.