Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh told the “Inside Michigan Football” radio show on Monday night that he plans to give all of his bonuses this season to sports department employees who have had their pay cut. during the COVID-19 pandemic. Harbaugh claimed Saturday’s $500,000 bonus by taking the Big Ten East title outright. A win for Michigan first Iowa Saturday’s Big Ten Championship Game will give Harbaugh a $1 million bonus, and he’ll likely get close to $3.5 million in total prize money if werewolf wins the championship. national enemy.
Michigan took a pay cut of 5-10% for most employees in 2020 during the first year of the pandemic, according to Detroit Free Press. Harbaugh’s popularity rating was well received among Wolverines loyalists following his win Ohio State on Saturday, but that gesture will make him even more well-intentioned among fans.
“Whether it’s the people who work here in football, the box office or baseball coaches… there’s a lot of people that my wife has made a lot of, kids with, it’s really just a close-up. our family’s donations to people in financial difficulty over the past 18 months,” Harbaugh said, follow Detroit News.
Harbaugh also recent pay cut. Michigan announced a new contract for the 57-year-old coach in January, paying Harbaugh about $4 million a year, about half of what he had earned previously. The new contract comes after a 2-4 season for Michigan in 2020, which is Harbaugh’s sixth season.
Harbaugh’s seventh season was a banner season for the show under the helm of Harbaugh, who played quarterback for the Wolverines in the 1980s. With the score 11-1 and with their first win over Ohio State since. since 2011, Michigan is potentially securing a spot in College football Playoff with a win over the Hawkeyes in Saturday’s conference title game.
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