The Michigian Wolverines have a new analyst in the fold. A vacancy at analyst sprung up when Ed Warinner was promoted to offensive line coach, and the job has now been filled by former Detroit Lions offensive line coach Ron Prince.
Ex-Lions offensive line coach Ron Prince has been hired by the University of Michigan, per @SamWebb77. He'll be an offensive analyst.— Kyle Meinke (@kmeinke) March 9, 2018
Prince has been an offensive line coach for the Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Lions over the past decade. From 2006-08 Prince was the head coach of the Kansas State Wildcats where he compiled a 17-20 record.
It remains to be seen how big of a role Prince will have when it comes to game-planning. The 48 year old played college ball for Appalachian State, where he was an offensive lineman. While Prince has been a head coach, offensive coordinator, and offensive line coach throughout his career, a good assumption is he will help Ed Warinner prepare and gameplan against opposing defenses.