Dan Enos officially named to Michigan coaching staff
Written by Matt Pargoff   

 

The Wolverines’ coaching staff will have a different look next year with changes on a number of fronts. The latest addition is a name well known in the Great Lakes State, with Dan Enos officially announced to the Michigan offensive staff on Monday afternoon.

A native of Dearborn, Enos attended Michigan State, getting a start to his coaching career as a grad assistant for the Spartans under George Perles in the early 1990s. He coach quarterbacks for Mark Danonio’s Cincinnati squads in 2004-05, returning to his alma mater in 2006. When Dantonio took the MSU job the following year, Enos stayed on the staff, shifting from the quarterback spot to coaching running backs.

He took the head coaching job at Central Michigan in 2010, holding the job for four seasons. For the last three years, Enos has served as Arkansas’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

Enos’ official position has not been finalized at Michigan. His addition is the third official change to the coaching staff announced by the university, with Al Washington coming from Cincinnati to join the defensive staff and Ben Herbert hired as Michigan’s new strength and conditioning coach.


 

 
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