Michigan AD Wants Jim Harbaugh, John Beilein Until They Retire

Jim Harbaugh enters Year 4 of his tenure at Michigan in 2018

Jim Harbaugh enters Year 4 of his tenure at Michigan in 2018

Wolverines AD Warde Manuel said Tuesday at a meeting of Big Ten administrators he wants Harbaugh and Beilein to finish their careers at the school. "I'm extremely pleased with where we are from a staffing, coaching standpoint and Jim and John are two people that I would love to see retire from this institution, retire from coaching".

Beilein is Michigan's all-time wins leader with a 248-143 record.

Beilein has been Michigan's coach since 2007 and his last contract extension can back in 2015, earning $3.37M annually through 2020-2021.

"Great conversation", Manuel said Tuesday. "I think he said "stay tuned" and I would echo that comment".

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Beilein, the winningest coach in MI basketball history, signed an extension with MI ahead of the 2015-16 season, according to MLive, that came with a large buyout.

Harbaugh, 54, was hired in late December 2014 but hasn't won a Big Ten title or beaten archrival Ohio State. He led MI to back-to-back 10-3 seasons before finishing 8-5 a year ago.

"I don't want John Beilein to coach anywhere else, and he knows that", Manuel said.

"I don't want Jim to go anywhere either, but he's got four more years at this point".

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