To say the least, the Michigan Wolverines football team has had an unusual off-season. They’ve had to deal with reports that Jim Harbaugh might return to the NFL and maybe take over the Minnesota Vikings’ coaching position.

Fortunately for Michigan, he elected to return to the Wolverines and try to help them win a National Championship, something they came close to achieving last season.

According to Bruce Feldman, the Wolverines got bad news on Sunday as they found out that Josh Gattis, offensive coordinator, is going to accept a position with the University of Miami.

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“BREAKING: Michigan OC Josh Gattis is accepting the Miami’s offensive coordinator job, per source. The 38-year-old Gattis who helped the Wolverines to the Big Ten title in 2021, won the Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant coach. Big addition for the Canes.”

This is bad news for Michigan because Josh Gattis was one of the top offensive coordinators in the country last season. Michigan had a high-powered offense, and they wanted to keep it that way for the next few seasons. They will have to hire a new offensive coordinator and hope to achieve the same level of offensive supremacy as they did last season.

Jim Harbaugh has done an excellent job of attracting high-level recruits, so if he can only re-hire another elite offensive coordinator, Michigan should be able to repeat their success from last season.