According to Joe Staab, he is joining the Michigan coaching staff.
— Joe Staab (@CoachStaab) March 12, 2020
Wolverines Wire is reporting that Staab, who played for Jim Harbaugh while he coached at San Diego State, will be a defensive analyst on Michigan coaching staff.
Joe Staab was a young cornerback with the University of San Diego during Harbaugh’s tenure with the Toreros, who earned the team’s special teams player of year honors in his senior year. Upon his graduation in 2008, he immediately pursued coaching, taking jobs at his alma mater, San Jose State, the San Francisco 49ers (post-Harbaugh) and Notre Dame College, before returning to San Diego to coach nickelbacks.
According to his Twitter, he and Harbaugh are reuniting, with Staab coming aboard as a new defensive analyst in Ann Arbor.