Former Michigan All Big Ten WR and the leading pass catcher in New York Giants history, Amani Toomer, slammed Jim Harbaugh's coaching and record while leading the Michigan football program over the past 3 seasons during an interview at the 2017 National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame event on Saturday night.
Toomer, a 2-year starter, and All-Big Ten 1st team WR in 1994, and 2nd team in 1995, was asked about Jim Harbaugh being a candidate for head coach for the Giants (where Toomer played his entire 12 year NFL career). "I'm really upset with how Harbaugh has been at Michigan," he began. "1-5 against Michigan State and Ohio State, only beat Michigan State once, last year and the rest of the times it's a loss."
Toomer would rant on Harbaugh's perceived lack of success at Michigan for over 2 minutes, failing to mention that Harbaugh had #3 Michigan 1 controversial play away from a likely College Football Playoff appearance in 2016. While many will slam Harbaugh for the 1-5 record, it should be noted that had a 2 plays gone differently (2015 MSU botched punt, and 2016 4th and 1 in OT vs Ohio State), the record would be 3-3, with both 2017 games being coin-flip outcomes in the final minutes.
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