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REPORT: Tim Drevno to resign from University of Michigan

Michigan’s offense was horrendous in 2017 and many fans and analysts have pointed the finger directly at Tim Drevno for his playcalling.

According to a report from Brandon Justice at The Wolverine Lounge (pay site), Drevno is expected to resign from The University of Michigan.

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Drevno has been the offensive line coach and offensive coordinator for three seasons and the offense has continued to struggle. The thought is that he will be replaced by the recently hired Ed Warinner, who was once the offensive coordinator at Ohio State.

Justice notes in his report that part of the reason for the move is that Drevno could be following his son to the SEC.

From The Wolverine Lounge:

Where Drevno heads for his next gig could be a family connection. His son is a Vanderbilt signee in the 2018 class.

There is no question about it, the heat is certainly on for Harbaugh, who has yet to prove he can beat his biggest rivals or win a Big Ten Title.

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Michigan officially hires former Gators head coach

Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines have added the final addition to their coaching staff, bringing in former Florida head coach Jim McElwain and making it official on Saturday.

He replaces Dan Enos as Harbaugh’s 10th assistant after leaving for Alabama last month after a mere 17 days on the job. Currently, Michigan lists its offensive coordinator as Tim Drevno and its passing game coordinator as Pep Hamilton.

Michigan didn’t have any immediate comment on Wednesday night regarding the hire.

Though an official job title has yet to be specified, Harbaugh had previously indicated that he intends for his team’s offense to improve and get up to the level of their strong defense.

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Written by Don Drysdale

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