Michigan football elevates Sherrone Moore, the current offensive coordinator, to the position of head coach.

Michigan football swiftly found its next head coach without an extensive search. Sherrone Moore, who has been considered the likely successor since November, officially assumes the role as the 21st coach in U-M program history, stepping into the shoes of Jim Harbaugh. Moore, the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for Michigan’s 2023 national championship team, was announced as the new head coach by the school on Friday evening.

In a released statement, Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel expressed confidence in Moore, stating, “Sherrone has proven to be a great leader for our football program, particularly in his roles with the offensive line and players on the offensive side of the football. He is a dynamic, fierce, and competitive individual who brings out the best in the players he mentors. The players enjoy playing for him and being with him in the building every day.

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