Michigan football formally announced the hire of former Michigan State QB and Central Michigan coach Dan Enos on Monday.
The team did not announce precisely which role Enos will serve for the team, but said he will coach offense. Sports Illustrated’s Bruce Feldman first reported hire last week.
Enos, 49, was most recently the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach on Bret Bielema’s staff at Arkansas, coaching with the Razorbacks from 2015-2017. Enos served as Central Michigan’s head coach for five seasons between 2010 and 2014. He went 26-36 at Central Michigan and appeared in two bowl games, but Enos’ teams never won more than seven games in a season.
Enos is familiar with Michigan and the Big Ten because he was both a player and a coach at Michigan State. Enos was a quarterback on the Spartans’ roster between 1987-1990 and was the team’s starter for his final two seasons. A Dearborn, Mich. native, Enos was an assistant in East Lansing from 2006-2009 before taking the Central Michigan job.
This is the second staff addition Harbaugh has made in recent days. The Wolverines added Cincinnati defensive line coach Al Washington to their staff Friday.