Michigan football could have its offensive coordinator in place soon, just days after signing Jim Harbaugh to a seven year, $35 million contract.
Sources have confirmed to GoBlueWolverine’s Sam Webb indicating USC offensive line coach/running game coordinator Tim Drevno will be hired as Harbaugh’s offensive coordinator at Michigan, the news was first reported by the Sacramento Bee.
The Sacramento Bee also reports San Francisco 49ers wide receiver coach John Morton will make the move to Ann Arbor, that report has not been confirmed.
Drevno, 44, began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater before making stops at Montana State, UNLV and San Jose State. From 2000-2002 Drevno served as the offensive line coach at Idaho, sending three players to the NFL.
In 2003, Drevno was hired by Harbaugh at San Diego, named offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. In every season San Diego finished in the top 10 in division I-AA in total offense, leading the nation twice.
Drevno made the move to Stanford along with Harbaugh following the 2006 season, coaching tight ends the first two years before coaching the offensive line in his final two seasons.
After four years at Stanford Drevno then moved to the NFL and the 49ers in charge of guiding the offensive line as well. Drevno most recently served as the offensive line coach at USC in 2013.