It appears that former Florida head coach Jim McElwain’s next coaching stop could be at Michigan.
Saturday night, College football insider Bruce Feldman reported that McElwain is a strong candidate to coach Michigan’s WRs under Jim Harbaugh. McElwain would replace former Arkansas OC Dan Enos’ role with the Wolverines before he left for a job at Alabama earlier this year.
McElwain finished his Florida coaching career 22-12, including back-to-back SEC East division crowns; however, he was fired in the middle of this third season in 2017.
While McElwain really made his name as Alabama’s OC before becoming Colorado State’s head coach, he’s coached WRs at Eastern Washington, Montana State, Louisville and Michigan State.
Feldman reports that McElwain hasn’t officially received the job yet, as former Jets OC Johnny Morton is also in contention.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 11, 2018