Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh saying good-bye for the Chargers

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Chargers have announced that Michigan Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh is leaving his alma mater to become the Charger's next head coach.

Harbaugh coached the Michigan Wolverines for nine years, winning the 2024 NCAA College Football Playoff National Championship, and the final, four-team playoff. 

The last team Harbaugh coached in the NFL was the San Francisco 49ers from 2011-2014, going 44-19-1.

Harbaugh had one Super Bowl appearance in 2012, against his older brother, the Baltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh.

According to multiple sources, Offensive Coordinator Sherrone Moore, who stepped in as interim coach during Harbaugh's three-game suspension, is a favorite for the position.

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