A former Michigan State quarterback and assistant coach will be joining Jim Harbaugh at Michigan.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Dan Enos, who also is the former head coach of Central Michigan, will head to Ann Arbor to become an offensive assistant for the Wolverines. There was no specific mention of what his role would be.

Enos most recently was the offensive coordinator on Bret Bielema’s staff at Arkansas. He’s worked in a variety of offensive capacities throughout his career.

Before leaving Central Michigan in 2014, Enos was the head coach of the Chippewas from 2010-2014, accumulating a 26-36 record in five seasons. His best years came in 2012 and 2014, leading CMU to 7-6 seasons and a pair of bowl appearances.

Enos played quarterback at Michigan State from 1987-1991, starting to seasons. Following his playing career, he became a graduate assistant with the Spartans, serving in that role from 1991-1993. He had an additional stint in East Lansing, coaching quarterbacks and running backs from 2006-2009.

This season, Arkansas’ offense averaged 28.8 points per game under Enos, ranking eighth in the conference. The Razorbacks also averaged 373.4 yards per game.