Michigan assistant Greg Frey reportedly leaving for Florida State; Rich Eisen predicts Jim Harbaugh stays put
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Michigan assistant Greg Frey reportedly leaving for Florida State
Michigan’s Greg Frey served as the team’s offensive tackles and tight ends coach, as well as the run game coordinator in 2017. On Thursday, however, it was reported that Frey is leaving Ann Arbor to become the Florida State offensive line coach.
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Rich Eisen predicts Jim Harbaugh stays at Michigan
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen appeared on the Dan Patrick Show on Thursday to offer his thoughts on Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. Among the things he said about Harbaugh, Eisen argued that Harbaugh will stay at Michigan “for a while” and explained why he thinks that.
Wolverines’ issues extend beyond QB
Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press does a deep dive into film from the Outback Bowl and argues why Michigan’s offensive problems in 2017 were about more than just poor quarterback play.
Wolverines to hire Cincinnati assistant Al Washington
The Detroit Free Press confirmed that Al Washington, most recently a defensive line coach at Cincinnati, is planning to join Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan. Washington previously coached with Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown at Boston College.
Former Michigan LB defends Jim Harbaugh
Former Michigan linebacker and All-Big Ten defender Jarrett Irons insists that no one on the Wolverines wants to win more than Harbaugh. Though he acknowledges that changes need to be made, he says he has full confidence in Harbaugh.
Wolverines greats Steve Hutchinson and Ty Law finalists for Pro Football Hall of Fame
ICYMI: Wolverine greats Steve Hutchinson and Ty Law have been named finalists for the @ProFootballHOF. 💪
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) January 4, 2018
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