During the season, I like to keep readers updated on what’s happening with former commits, players, and head coaches. But there’s not enough time – and it’s frankly not interesting enough – to keep up with all the former assistant coaches who are assistants elsewhere. So in the off-season, I like to do a little catching up on where former coaches are now. I am also including in this rundown a look at where some former Michigan players are now coaching, mostly in the college and professional ranks.
Joe Bolden (Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Assistant, Tulsa): Bolden spent one year as OLB coach and special teams coordinator for the Nevada Wolfpack and is now in a similar role at Tulsa, though he’s only listed as a “defensive assistant” and special teams coordinator.
Don Brown (Head Coach, UMass): Brown went 1-11 in the first season of his second stint as the head coach at UMass.
Anthony Campanile (Linebackers Coach, Miami Dolphins): Campanile is heading into his fourth year as the Dolphins’ linebackers coach.
Ross Douglas (Assistant Wide Receivers Coach, New England Patriots): Douglas is going into his second year as an assistant wide receivers coach for the Patriots.
C Zach Carpenter (Indiana): Carpenter is Indiana’s starting center.
RB Zach Charbonnet (UCLA): Charbonnet ran 22 times for 124 yards and 1 touchdown, adding 3 catches for 56 yards, in a 40-32 win over Washington. That’s his third 100+ yard rushing game in four games played this season.
DTR had an amazing night for the ages, but this three play Inside Zone series by Zach Charbonnet (and the line) hits me in the feels pic.twitter.com/0FeKIbmEmA