Reports: Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno stepping down from position
Drevno had been running the Michigan offense for three seasons
Michigan will have a new offensive coordinator in 2018, as current OC Tim Drevno has reportedly stepped down from the position according to reports from The Wolverine Lounge and Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman.
Drevno had been serving as Michigan's offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the last three seasons but had come under fire from the fan base following a season in which the Wolverines offense ranked eighth in the Big Ten with 25.2 points per game. In conference play that average dropped to 23.2 points per game.
Ed Warriner, a former offensive coordinator at Ohio State, is expected to replace Drevno as Michigan's offensive line coach. He'd been serving on Jim Harbaugh's staff as an analyst.
As for who will take over the offensive coordinator duties, there's no official word on a replacement, but Michigan did just hire former Florida coach Jim McElwain as its wide receivers coach. It's possible the former Alabama offensive coordinator could fill the role in Ann Arbor.
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