Former Florida head coach Jim McElwain expected to take position on Michigan staff, per report

Days after it was reported that former Florida head coach Jim McElwain was being considered for the Michigan wide receivers coach position, it’s now being reported that he will join the Wolverines staff.

Sports Illustrated had the first report that McElwain will become the wide receivers coach, while FootballScoop just has it that he will join the staff.

Earlier this week, analyst Adam McClintock said that McElwain would be a “very meh” addition to the staff.

Most recently, McElwain was head coach at Florida from 2015-17 and was 22-12, winning two SEC East titles before being fired during his third season.

As for Big Ten experience, McElwain was an assistant head coach at Michigan State and also coached wide receivers and special teams from 2003-05.

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