Doug Nussmeier’s offense has fallen well short of expectations at Michigan.
Despite a spring game that looked rather rocky, Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner had his smile back.
The school released Nussmeier’s employment agreement Tuesday in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.
Michigan took little time making changes on the offensive staff, and now the defensive staff has also gotten a makeover.
Several questions posed to Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke during Wednesday’s signing day press conference had zero to do with the high school players who had just signed their letters of intent.
With all that said, until the team gets back on track with the glorious past it so often touts, it might be best to stop with the “We’re Michigan” bravado and let solid play and wins do the talking instead.
Nussmeier has helped developed an impressive list of quarterbacks, most recently Heisman Trophy candidate A.J. McCarron.
Since when do schools of Michigan’s caliber hold press conferences for offensive coordinators?
The decision to fire offensive coordinator Al Borges, Brandon said, belonged to head coach Brady Hoke.
Michigan has made a bold move to give its football program a boost.