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Joel Klatt: Jim Harbaugh Could Soon Leave the Sport of Football For Good

Joel Klatt: “I don’t know how it’s going to end there. I don’t think they’re going to fire him, but I wouldn’t be shocked if he stepped away. I would not be surprised at all, if in a matter of a few years Jim Harbaugh is not coaching anywhere and driving around the country in an RV. I’m not joking and I’m not being sarcastic. It’s not a joke or knock, I’m dead serious. If it’s not going to work at Michigan, Jim is not going to go anywhere else. He’s going to drive around the country in an RV.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Fox Sports college football commentator Joel Klatt join The Herd to explain to Colin Cowherd why he thinks the Michigan football job will be Jim Harbaugh’s last head coaching gig in the sport, as Klatt doesn’t believe Harbaugh would go to another college program, or even make any attempt to be a head coach in the NFL again.

Check out the segment above as Klatt details why he thinks Harbaugh could soon ride off into the sunset in the sport of football forever.

Also check out Joel's extended take about Harbaugh leaving football at the bottom of the page, as Joel joined Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis on Monday discussing the same fate for Harbaugh.

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