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Jim Harbaugh was named the 20th coach in University of Michigan football history on Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014. He becomes the sixth former Michigan football player to be named the leader of college football's winningest program.
In his first year as the Michigan head coach, Harbaugh guided the Wolverines to a 10-3 record, including a 41-7 win over No. 19 Florida in the 2016 Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl. The Wolverines posted a 10-win season for the 27th time in the 136-year history of the program and finished in the top 12 of the national polls for the first time since 2011, finishing 11th in the Amway Coaches poll and 12th in the Associated Press media poll. Jake Butt and Jourdan Lewis earned first-team All-America honors, while Jabrill Peppers was a second-team honoree. A total of 21 players earned conference recognition at the conclusion of the 2015 season.
J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh
Don Brown is in his second season as Michigan's defensive coordinator in 2017. Brown came to Ann Arbor following three seasons at Boston College, where he served as the DC and linebackers coach. Brown is widely regarded as one of the top defensive minds in the country; his units are known for their attacking style and stingy run defense, with a fierce commitment to a heavy blitz scheme.
In Brown's first year leading the defense, Michigan's unit ranked first or second in the NCAA in seven categories, including total defense, scoring defense, tackles for loss, first downs allowed and third-down conversion percentage allowed. Nearly 45 percent (44.5; 5.62 per game) of opponents' possessions ended in a three-and-outs, and U-M allowed just 28 red zone trips all season, fewest in the nation. When opposing offenses did get into the red zone, U-M's red zone defense percentage of 71.4 often stifled them. On the turnover front, the U-M defense allowed just 11 passing touchdowns all season while generating 13 interceptions and 19 total turnovers.
Defensive Coordinator Don Brown
Tim Drevno is in his third season as Michigan's Sanford Robertson Offensive Coordinator and offensive line coach following one season at the University of Southern California, where he served as the Trojans' running game coordinator and offensive line coach.
In 2016, Drevno helped guide Michigan's offense to the fifth-highest single-season point total in program history (524 points), trailing only the Point-a-Minute Teams of 1901-04. Ten of 11 offensive starters earned some form of all-conference recognition, and U-M led the Big Ten in scoring (40.3 points per game) for the second straight season, ranking 11th in the NCAA. Michigan won the possession battle in 11 of 13 games. In all, the unit paced the Big Ten Conference in scoring offense, red zone offense, turnovers lost, interceptions and fourth-down conversions. Efficiency and balance continue to be U-M's calling cards offensively, as the unit averaged over 210 yards on the ground and through the air and converted on 62-of-68 red zone opportunities (44 touchdowns, 18 field goals).
Sanford Robertson Offensive Coordinator/O-Line Coach Tim Drevno
Pep Hamilton was hired as Michigan's assistant head coach and passing game coordinator on Jan. 12, 2017.
Hamilton has worked with and developed some excellent college and professional quarterbacks during his coaching career, including Andrew Luck, Kevin Hogan, Alex Smith, Jay Cutler and Michigan alum Brian Griese.
Assistant Head Coach/Passing Game Coordinator Pep Hamilton
Frey returns to Ann Arbor after spending six years at Indiana University (2011-16). A 2015 Broyles Award nominee, Frey mentored the offensive line during his time in Bloomington. He added the role of assistant head coach in 2016 after serving as co-offensive coordinator (2014-15) and run game coordinator (2012-13) with the Hoosiers.
Frey developed the Hoosiers' offensive line into the most efficient in school history. Two-time All-America right guard Dan Feeney and left tackle Jason Spriggs, who was the Hoosiers' first Outland Trophy semifinalist, became the fifth and sixth offensive lineman in school history to earn first-team All-America honors. Spriggs was a second-round pick of the Green Bay Packers in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Tackles and Tight Ends Coach/Run Game Coordinator Greg Frey
Jay Harbaugh enters his third season with U-M and his first as the team's running backs coach and asssistant special teams coach.
In his first two years with the program, Harbaugh worked as the tight ends coach, in addition to his duties with the special teams.
Running Backs/Co-Special Teams Coordinator Jay Harbaugh
Greg Mattison is in his third season as defensive line coach for the Wolverines in 2017 after serving as Michigan's defensive coordinator for four seasons (2011-14). He returned to Ann Arbor in 2011 after spending three seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, when in 2009-10 he coordinated one of the NFL's top defensive squads after coaching the linebackers in 2008.
Most recently in 2016, Mattison coached one of college football's most elite units on the nation's top defense, which ranked first or second in the NCAA in seven categories, leading the Big Ten in eight categories, including: scoring defense, total defense, sacks, tackles for loss, first downs allowed and third down conversion percentage.
Defensive Line Coach Greg Mattison
Chris Partridge was announced as linebackers and special teams coach for Michigan on Jan. 14, 2016, and is now his second full season serving in that capacity. He was named National Recruiter of the Year by Scout in 2016 and by 247Sports in 2017.
In 2016, the U-M defense ranked first or second in the NCAA in seven categories, including total defense, scoring defense, tackles for loss, first downs allowed and third-down conversion percentage allowed. Nearly 45 percent (44.5; 5.62 per game) of opponents' possessions ended in a three-and-outs, and U-M allowed just 28 red zone trips all season, fewest in the nation. The Wolverines led the Big Ten in eight defensive categories and all 11 defensive starters earned All-Big Ten accolades.
Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator Chris Partridge
Brian Smith enters his second season as part of the U-M staff in 2017, having come to Ann Arbor to serve as Michigan's defensive backs coach after spending the 2015 season with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he served as the team's assistant linebackers coach.
In his first year working with the U-M safeties, Smith coached Delano Hill and Dymonte Thomas to career-best seasons which culminated in All-Big Ten honors for both players. Thomas had a career-best 70 stops, with 10 pass breakups, one fumble recovery and his first career interception, while Hill contributed a career-best 52 tackles, including 4.5 for loss, adding six pass breakups and three interceptions.
Defensive Backs Coach Brian Smith
Michael Zordich is in his third season as a secondary coach for U-M in 2017, where he focuses on the cornerbacks. Beginning in 2016, Zordich also added special teams coach to his duties.
In 2016, the U-M defense ranked first or second in the NCAA in seven categories, including pass defense, pass efficiency defense, first and third down conversions allowed and scoring defense. Nearly 45 percent (44.5; 5.62 per game) of opponents' possessions ended in a three-and-outs, and U-M allowed just 28 red zone trips all season, fewest in the nation. The Wolverines led the Big Ten in eight defensive categories and all four starting defensive backs earned all-Big Ten honors.
Secondary/Special Teams Coach Michael Zordich
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh announced Tuesday (Feb. 21) the hiring of Sean Magee as the director of player personnel for the University of Michigan program. Magee comes to Ann Arbor after working in the same capacity at the U.S. Naval Academy.
"Sean brings a strong recruiting history and an experienced personnel background to the University of Michigan," said Harbaugh. "We are excited to have his military experience, leadership skills and organizational talents help make our program great. Throughout the interview process, I felt that Sean answered my questions about how to improve our program before I could even ask them. Michigan football looks forward to having Sean, Sarah and their children, Miles, Stella, Brooks and Colt, join our university family."
Director of Player Personnel Sean Magee
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