Head Football Coach: University of Michigan
Career Highlights: Jim Harbaugh returned to his alma mater, the University of Michigan, as the Head Coach in 2015 and led the Wolverines to a 10-3 record and a Citrus Bowl title. Harbaugh, a former Wolverines quarterback, was the 1986 Big Ten Player of the Year and went on to play 14 NFL seasons (1987-2000) for Chicago, Indianapolis, Baltimore and San Diego. Harbaugh became a regular starting quarterback in 1990 with Chicago, and in 1995 with Indianapolis, he led the Colts to the AFC Championship Game, was selected to the Pro Bowl and was named the NFL Comeback Player of the Year. Harbaugh started his coaching career under his father Jack’s tutelage at Western Kentucky University. He went on to be the Oakland Raiders Quarterback Coach (2002), then returned to the college ranks at the University of San Diego (2004-06), winning consecutive Pioneer League Championships, and moved to Stanford leading the Cardinal to two bowl berths. In 2011 he was named the San Francisco 49ers Head Coach, where he led the team to the NFC Championship game in each of his first three seasons, and Super Bowl XLVII in 2013.