Former Old Dominion offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Kirk Campbell is returning to the B1G. This time, he’s heading to Ann Arbor.

Campbell announced on social media that he’ll be joining the staff at Michigan, where he’ll be an offensive analyst. He spent the past two years at Old Dominion, departing from Penn State when Ricky Rahne took the head coaching job at the school.

Before leaving for Old Dominion, Campbell worked with Rahne at Penn State. He was with the Nittany Lions for three seasons as an offensive analyst. He also has familiarity with current Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, as the two had spent time on James Franklin’s staff in Happy Valley.

“My family and I are forever grateful for the time we spent in the 757. The ODU fanbase is truly a special one,” Campbell wrote. “I had the opportunity to coach and mentor young men that over time became like family and big brothers to our daughter, Riley. Those relationships made will continue for a lifetime.

“We are excited to share that we will be moving to Ann Arbor and joining the Michigan Football family. Looking forward to what 2022 brings!”

Campbell will be joining a Michigan program that finished the 2022 season with a 12-2 record, winning its first B1G title under Jim Harbaugh and reaching the College Football Playoff for the first time in program history.