Just In: Michigan wolverines coach Sherrone Moore fired….

Just In: Michigan wolverines coach Sherrone Moore fired….

Jim Harbaugh, the head coach of Michigan, will miss the team’s first three games due to injury, while Sherrone Moore, the offensive coordinator, will also miss some action.

Michigan promotes offensive coordinator Sherrone Moore to replace Jim  Harbaugh as head coach | The Blade

 

Although Michigan football is a very excellent team, the team’s first three games will be a little odd. Sherrone Moore, the offensive coordinator, will serve as the acting head coach for game No. 3 against Bowling Green due to Jim Harbaugh’s suspension for all three games. Sherrone Moore will also miss the season opener due to his suspension. The University of Michigan has suspended Moore due to his involvement in the NCAA violations that the program committed. Similar to Harbaugh, Moore will not be on the sidelines on game day, but he is permitted to instruct during the week and near the football buildings.

Although this development isn’t ideal for Moore—who is a young, rising star in the college football coaching ranks—it’s really a small bump in the big picture for both Moore’s career and Michigan’s season. Before the coaching staff has fully recovered for the Big Ten opening against Rutgers in Ann Arbor on September 23, the Wolverines will most likely storm to a 3-0 record over ECU, UNLV, and Bowling Green.

 

 

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