Michigan is blazing a trail on the football field this season, and one of the assistant coaches is blazing a trail for a different reason.

Mimi Bolden-Morris, who is a graduate assistant for the team, is the first woman to coach in the B1G and in the Power 5. Morris was a multi-sport athlete during high school and college, including playing basketball at Georgetown, where she averaged 12.6 points per game in her final season.

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Although she also played softball growing up, her love was football and she played flag football regularly, honing her QB skills.

On Saturday, both Morris and her brother, Mike Morris, will take the field for the Wolverines as Michigan takes on Purdue for the B1G Championship. The younger Morris and player is a consensus All-B1G selection and Smith-Brown B1G Defensive Lineman of the Year this season.