When Josh Gattis left Michigan to take the offensive coordinator job at Miami, head coach Jim Harbaugh promoted Sherrone Moore and Matt Weiss to be co-coordinators for the 2022 season. How those duties would be split up remained a bit of a mystery.

Recently, on the In the Trenches podcast with Jon Jansen, Harbaugh revealed how Moore and Weiss will divvy the duties for the Wolverines this season.

“Sherrone is going to be, really, dedicated to still coaching the offensive line, which is a huge undertaking,” Harbaugh said. “But I think he’s very much a gifted coach that will be able to coach the offensive line, game-plan the run game along with Mike Hart and Grant Newsome.

“And then Matt will call it. There’s a call sheet that we all go through with a fine-tooth comb. We practice it, we meet on it, and then practice it again. And by the time we come to the game, it’s listed what we’re going to call.

“But I think both Sherrone Moore and Matt Weiss, even though they’re going to be first-time play callers, they both have the demeanor for it.”

Moore has been on Harbaugh’s staff in Ann Arbor since 2018, serving as the tight ends coach. He will now coach the offensive line, as well as taking co-offensive coordinator duties.

Weiss just completed his first year with the Wolverines, working as the quarterbacks coach. He will continue to work with that position in addition to taking on play-calling duties.