According to most coaches running a college football program is much better and less stressful than working at the NFL level...Harbaugh claimed that the Michigan job was his dream job. Well, he has it and so far has quickly turned around the team and the future looks bright. So, I agree I don't expect him to leave. My feeling when he took the job was he would probably stay at least a decade. This would give him time to turn the team into exactly what he wants and show off a winning record. I expect Harbaugh to do well at Michigan so his stock will remain high as a coach and so his name will continue to come up when there is a coaching vacancy in the NFL. I think he knows this. So, basically he can return to the NFL whenever he wants. Does not need to be now. Other people seem to think he has a 5 year window, then his restlessness will take over and he will want another challenge. Some people seem to feel Harbaugh will lose his mind if he stays in a job too long and so there is no way he stays a decade at Michigan. I don't know, I just know he is a weirdo. So, the question is, does he want to coach in the NFL again and if so when? We all know they will continue to knock on his door. The Rams are willing to pay him more than Michigan can offer. The Rams are willing to give him full control of football operations, the draft, his roster...so it's the entire package. It will be the best head coaching offer in the history of the NFL. So, the question will be, will the egomaniac turn that down to stay coaching his favorite college program? It's Ann Arbor vs. Los Angeles. They will throw the world at him because the NFL would also love to have him back coaching a team in a city they would like to be one of the "premier" cities for the NFL. State of the art new facilities coming which he likely would also have a say in. Jim will have a big decision to make and a lot on the table. He is going to have to turn down a lot if he says no to the Rams. The Rams have identified him as their number one target. Here will be the big tip off... If Jim quickly takes his name out of the running for the Rams job and says he is not going anywhere...then we know he really wants to stay in Michigan. The best way not to get tempted by an offer is not to listen to it. If Jim says nothing and listens to the Rams offer and leaves his name out there as a possibility...then the Michigan people should start to sweat. There is going to be a lot of money involved here and this will be the best coaching offer in the history of the NFL that will also come with a ton of perks.