Former Michigan and Indiana offensive coordinator Mike DeBord has been hospitalized after he suffered a severe stroke, according to a report from John Brice of FootballScoop.com. DeBord has also suffered a “major brain bleed,” per the report.

DeBord suffered the stroke earlier this week and his family is now asking for prayers as he’s in ICU.

“We are a family that believes in the power of prayer. We are needing all the prayers you can lend right now,” DeBord’s son, Tyler, posted online.

DeBord coached in college football for 37 years before announcing his retirement in December of 2018. He went 80-33 overall as an offensive coordinator and was 47-27 all-time in conference games. He spent the end of his career on Tom Allen’s staff at Indiana as the associate head coach, offensive coordinator, and tight ends coach.

Before that, he was with the Wolverines from 1997-99 and 2006-07, plus helped Tennessee average 36 points per game while he was the offensive coordinator from 2015 through 2016.