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Jim Harbaugh – Biography

Jim Harbaugh – James Joseph Harbaugh is an American football coach and former quarterback. He was born on December 23, 1963, and he is now the 20th head football coach for the Michigan Wolverines. Harbaugh took over the position in 2014. Between the years 1983 and 1986, he participated in college football at Michigan. Between the years 1987 and 2000, he participated in the National Football League (NFL) as a player for a total of 14 seasons, spending the most of his career with the Chicago Bears.

He was the head coach of the San Diego Toreros from 2004 to 2006, the Stanford Cardinal from 2007 to 2010, and the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League from 2011 to 2014. In 2015, Harbaugh made his way back to the University of Michigan, which served as his alma mater.

Jim Harbaugh – Biography & Personal Details

NameJim Harbaugh
Full NameJames Joseph Harbaugh
NicknameJim, Captain Comeback
Date Of Birth23 December 1963
Toledo, Ohio, United States/
Toledo, Ohio
Age 59 years old (As 2023)
Birth Sign Capricorn
Gender Male
SchoolPalo Alto High School,
Pioneer High School
College/UniversityMichigan’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts/
University of Michigan
Education QualificationB.A. in communications
HobbiesBooks Reading, Learning, Playing Board Games
Food Habit Non-Vegetarian
EthnicityPolish, Sicilian Irish and German ancestry
ProfessionAmerican Football Head Coach, Football player
Debut Playing- 1987 NFL Draft Team Chicago Bears
Coaching- 2001
Jersey Number#4
Awards, Achievements NFC Champion (2012) NFL Coach of the Year (2011)
Woody Hayes Trophy (2010)
2× Pioneer League champion (2005, 2006)

Jim Harbaugh – Family, Relationship and Afair

Harbaugh is the son of his mother, Jacqueline M. “Jackie” (née Cipiti), and his father, Jack Harbaugh, who welcomed him into the world on December 23, 1963 in Toledo, Ohio. His mother is of Sicilian and Polish descent, and his father is of Irish and German origin.

Jim Harbaugh with his Father

Jim Harbaugh’s Mother

Both of his grandparents were born in Poland. Jim and his brother John were both born in Toledo, where their father worked as an assistant football coach at Perrysburg High School, which is located in the nearby city of Perrysburg.

Jim Harbaugh with his Older Brother John

Jim Harbaugh’s Sister

His first wedlock, to Miah Harbaugh, took place. Grace is his daughter, and he also has boys named Jay and James.

Jim Harbaugh with his Ex-wife (Miah)

As a result of his second marriage, which took place in 2008 to Sarah Feuerborn Harbaugh, he now has four children: two daughters named Addison and Katherine as well as two sons named Jack and John.

Jim Harbaugh with his Present wife (Sarah)

Jim Harbaugh with his childrens

Family & Marital Status

Marital StatusMarried
Marriage Date1996 with Miah Harbaugh
5 January 2008 with Sarah Feuerborn Harbaugh
Divorce Date2006 with Miah Harbaugh
ParentsMother-Jacqueline M Harbaugh
Father-Jack Harbaugh
SiblingsBrother-John Harbaugh
Sister-Joani Harbaugh
Spouse/WifeMiah Harbaugh (Ex-wife)
Sarah Feuerborn Harbaugh (Current wife)
ChildrenSon-Jay Harbaugh, James Harbaugh, Jack, John 
Daughter-Addison Harbaugh, Katherine Harbaugh, Grace Harbaugh

Physical Measurement

Height (Approx.)In Centimeters –191 cm
In Meters-1.91 m
In Feet and Inches –6′ 3″
Weight (Approx.) In Kg –98 kg
In Pounds –216 lbs
Hair ColourGrey
Eye ColourBrown 

Jim Harbaugh Career

  • During the 1987 National Football League Draft, the Chicago Bears selected Harbaugh in the first round (26th overall). During the 1987 season, when Harbaugh was playing under head coach Mike Ditka, he completed only one pass out of 15 attempts against the St. Louis Cardinals in a preseason game that was played on August 27.
  • During the course of the regular season, he participated in six games as a substitute player.[55] On November 22, when the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Detroit Lions by a score of 30–10, Harbaugh only took one snap and was sacked for a loss of 15 yards.
  • After Jim McMahon left the team in 1989, Harbaugh saw more playing time and started five games for Chicago, while Mike Tomczak started 11 games for Chicago in a season that ended with a record of 6–10 for Chicago.                                                                                                                               
  • In 1989, he had his first season with more than 1,000 yards passing, completing 111 of 178 passes for 1,204 yards, five touchdowns, and nine interceptions while being sacked 18 times for 106 yards. This was his first season with over 1,000 yards passing.
  • Chicago had a record of 7–9 in 1993. Harbaugh participated in and started all 15 games he played in and finished the season with a completion percentage of 61.5 percent on 200 of 325 passes for 2,002 yards, seven touchdowns, and 11 interceptions.
  • In 1995, Harbaugh led Indianapolis to the AFC Championship Game and set career highs in completion percentage (63.7%), passer rating (100.7), and touchdown passes (17). He also had the highest completion percentage of his career. During the regular season, Harbaugh participated in 15 games and started 12 of them.
  • He finished with a record of 7–5 as the starting quarterback for a team that went 9–7.Harbaugh was sacked a total of 36 times for a loss of 219 yards and completed 200 of 314 passes for 2,575 yards, with only 5 interceptions to go along with his 17 touchdowns. Harbaugh amassed 235 yards and two touchdowns on the ground while only carrying the ball 52 times.

Coaching Career

  • During his final eight seasons in the National Football League (1994–2001), Jim Harbaugh worked as an NCAA-certified unpaid assistant coach at Western Kentucky University (WKU) under the direction of his father, Jack Harbaugh.
  • As part of his role as an offensive consultant, he traveled to a number of states, including Florida, Indiana, and Illinois, to scout and recruit high school student-athletes. He played a role in the recruitment of 17 members of the West Kentucky University team that won the Division I-AA national championship in 2002.
  • During the years 2002 and 2003, Harbaugh worked as the quarterback coach for the Oakland Raiders under the direction of Bill Callahan.                                                                                           
  • Rich Gannon, the starting quarterback for the Raiders when Jim Harbaugh was with the team, led the Raiders to the Super Bowl XXXVII, was named the 2002 AP NFL MVP, and was selected to the 2003 Pro Bowl after the 2002 season. Harbaugh coached Gannon throughout his time with the Raiders.
  • Despite the fact that Stanford was defeated by USC in 2008, Harbaugh and the Stanford Cardinal were victorious against USC at home on November 14, 2009, this time by a score of 55–21.
  • Before Oregon scored 62 points in a victory over USC on November 3, 2012, the score of 55 points recorded by Stanford against USC was the most points ever scored against USC in the history of the Trojans. It was Pete Carroll’s first loss in the month of November since taking over as head coach of USC.
  • Harbaugh put an end to a disagreement around the starting quarterback position during the 2012 season by switching the job from incumbent starter Alex Smith to backup Colin Kaepernick.
  • On December 30, 2014, the University of Michigan made the announcement that Harbaugh would be taking over as the school’s new head football coach.
  • On September 3, 2015, Harbaugh suffered his first loss as head coach of Michigan, which came on the road against Utah and ended with a score of 24–17. Harbaugh earned his first victory as Michigan’s head coach on September 12 after leading Michigan to a victory over Oregon State by a score of 35–7.
  • As a result of the measures adopted by the Big Ten Conference in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the 2020 season for Michigan was cut drastically shorter.
  • On November 14, Michigan played host to Wisconsin, and during the game, Michigan had its worst halftime deficit at home since the opening of Michigan Stadium in 1927 (28–0), as well as its largest home loss (49–11) since 1935. Wisconsin won the game.
  • The Wolverines made school history on December 3 by beating Purdue in the Big Ten Championship Game with a score of 43–22, improving their record to 13–0 for the first time ever.
  • The next day, it was announced that Michigan had been given a bid to the College Football Playoff for the second year in a row, seeded second, and given a spot in the Fiesta Bowl.
  • The Wolverines’ 2022 campaign came to an end with a record of 13-1 as they were defeated by TCU in the semifinals of the Fiesta Bowl on December 31.
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Jim Harbaugh Net Worth:

Net Worth (Approx.)$35 million in 2023
Monthly Income and Salary$2,00,000
Yearly Income and Salary$3 Million

Jim Harbaugh Cars Collection:

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