Michigan adding FCS position coach as offensive analyst, per report
Michigan is reportedly bringing in an FCS position coach to be an analyst on Jim Harbaugh’s staff.
Josh Sinagoga is leaving Youngstown State to be an offensive analyst for the Wolverines, according to John Brice of FootballScoop. Sinagoga leaves Youngstown State after 3 seasons with the program. Sinagoga coached Youngstown State wide receivers for 2 seasons before becoming the team’s quarterbacks coach and co-recruiting coordinator in 2022.
Sinagoga’s hiring is the latest offensive staff move for Michigan. U-M terminated co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Matt Weiss after an investigation into computer access crimes. Harbaugh promoted Kirk Campbell from senior offensive analyst to QB coach last week.
ALERT: Michigan football is set to hire Youngstown State QB coach and recruiting coordinator Josh Sinagoga as an offensive analyst
He’ll likely be tasked with recruiting responsibilities too with the departure of Michigan’s assistant recruiting coordinator Jonathan Herd-Bond pic.twitter.com/kGQSQZnkKe
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