Pep Hamilton and Jim Harbaugh are reportedly joining forces again.
The former Cleveland Browns assistant coach has agreed to a deal to take Jedd Fisch’s place as the associate head coach and passing coordinator at Michigan, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter:
Former Browns Asst HC Pep Hamilton had accepted an offer to become Michigan's Asst HC/passing coordinator, per school source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 9, 2017
Fisch left Michigan shortly after the 2016 season to become the offensive coordinator at UCLA.
Hamilton and Harbaugh worked together at Stanford in 2010, when Andrew Luck led the Cardinal offense. After three years at Stanford, Hamilton followed Luck to the Indianapolis Colts and most recently, the Browns.
At Michigan, Hamilton will inherit a Michigan passing game with a returning starter at quarterback in Wilton Speight. In his first year under center, Speight led the Wolverines to the top scoring offense and the No. 2 passing offense in the B1G.
Michigan will likely introduce Hamilton officially later in the week.