Tim Drevno Reportedly Resigns as Michigan Offensive Coordinator

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistFebruary 23, 2018

Michigan quarterback Shane Morris (7) listens to direction from offensive coordinator Tim Drevno, right, during the NCAA college football team's spring game in Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday, April 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Tony Ding)
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Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno is reportedly resigning after three years with the program.

Brandon Justice of the Wolverine Lounge and Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports reported Friday that Drevno is stepping down.

Drevno's resignation comes after Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh announced the hiring of Jim McElwain as wide receivers coach Feb. 20.

ESPN.com's Chris Low reported McElwain will be involved in developing weekly game plans and coordinating the offense. He most recently served as the head coach at Florida, going 22-12 before being fired midway through his third season last October.

A longtime assistant under Harbaugh dating back to 2004 at the University of San Diego, Drevno had been with the Wolverines since 2015. Their offense ranked 91st in the nation with 25.2 points and 105th with 348.9 yards per game last season.

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