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Sherrone Moore officially announced as Michigan’s co-offensive coordinator, OL coach

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 01 Michigan at Notre Dame Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The offensive gameplan is going to be even more of a collaborative effort in 2021. Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis is no longer the only individual with that title. Former tight ends coach Sherrone Moore is shifting to co-offensive coordinator, as well as taking over as offensive line coach after Ed Warinner wasn’t retained.

Michigan officially announced this staff move on Monday, along with the hiring of Ron Bellamy as receivers coach, and Jay Harbaugh moving to tight ends coach along with retaining his duties as special teams coordinator.

Moore is considered to be one of Michigan’s best recruiters, and was a coach on the rise during his time at Central Michigan. “I’m very enthusiastic, very energetic, very detailed, discipline oriented,” Moore said about his coaching style. “I’m full speed, full throttle, but at the same time if they’re doing it right they’re going to know they’re doing it right. I’m congratulative and make sure they’re appropriately congratulated each time they do it right.”

Where Michigan’s scheme goes from here will be an interesting thing to track. While there will be continuity in philosophy on offense, there will be a meshing of the minds with new tweaks to the playbook and schematics with Moore now elevated to co-offensive coordinator.