Jim Harbaugh reveals biggest difference in Michigan’s offense for 2019

When it comes to defense, the University of Michigan has been at or near the top of the nation for the past couple of years. Unfortunately, the offense, though improved last season, left much to be desired more often than not.

One person who realizes this is Wolverines’ head coach Jim Harbaugh who went out and poached Josh Gattis from Alabama to be Michigan’s offensive coordinator.

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Though you can bet Harbaugh will still have his say, Gattis will be the one calling the plays when the Wolverines have the football.

On Monday, Harbaugh spoke to the media and he said everyone is working together to learn Gattis’ offense.

Harbaugh also revealed that the biggest difference Michigan fans will see this coming season is tempo.

With Shea Patterson returning at the quarterback position and wide receivers like Donovan Peoples-Jones, Nico Collins, and Tarik Black in the mix, it could be a fun season for the Maize and Blue faithful.

Nation, do you believe Gattis will be able to turn the Wolverines’ offense around in his first season with the team?



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