Former Florida head coach Jim McElwain has signed a deal to join Jim Harbaugh's staff at Michigan as an assistant on offense. "I'm excited to get back into it and am looking forward to going there and learning and helping Michigan get better," McElwain told ESPN. McElwain said he's scheduled to start work on Sunday and will coach the Wolverines' receivers. He will also be involved in helping to coordinate the offense and preparing the weekly game plan. McElwain replaces Dan Enos, who left after one month to go to Alabama as quarterbacks coach. Enos had been hired to coach the Wolverines' wide receivers. At Florida, the 55-year-old McElwain became the first coach in SEC history to lead his team to the SEC championship game in each of his first two seasons in 2015 and 2016, but lost both times to Alabama.
McElwain accepts coaching job with Michigan
ESPN | Feb 18