Certainly more to this story with Bosch and whatever "issues" he had. Not sure we'll ever know fully but it is a shame he is departing. I thought he had a bright future.
No, he didn't want to meet Harbaugh's stipulations to stay.
Probably. I highly doubt that Harbaugh told him to get out before winter conditioning or spring game. Harbaugh probably told him that you can't leave your team for family reasons anymore and since you missed out the fall training you must do this and that to get back into the two deep. I guess Bosch didn't want to do whatever Harbaugh asked him to do.
A lot of athletes, who are physically gifted and aware of that fact from very young, don't understand the sacrifices that have to be made to survive the increasingly narrow pyramid of athletic success.
I think it was entirely his choice. Harbaugh didn't tell him he had to leave. He chose to leave rather than do what was asked of him. Unless Harbaugh told him that if he wanted to stay he'd have to stop going to class and devote 80 hours a week to football, or something like that, there was no compulsion.
not to nit-pick, but all Michigan student-athletes must take classes while playing their sports.
Yes, that's the point. If Harbaugh had made doing something wrong or illegal a condition of staying, then it could be argued that Bosch was compelled to leave. Lacking evidence of anything like that, then the choice was Bosch's.