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Jim Harbaugh agrees to new contract at Michigan

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Jim Harbaugh made a push to become the head coach of the Vikings this offseason, but Minnesota opted to hire Kevin O’Connell and Harbaugh returned to the University of Michigan after telling the school that his flirtation with another job was “a one-time thing.”

Now Harbaugh has a new contract with the Big Ten school. The school announced that the new deal alters the terms of the contract that Harbaugh agreed to last year and adds a year to a pact that now runs through the 2026 season.

“I love Michigan Football, the University of Michigan and the Ann Arbor community,” Harbaugh said in a statement. His new contract presumably bumps his salary back up and there will likely be terms for a buyout should Harbaugh get wandering eyes when it comes to NFL opportunities again in the future.

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