- Former Michigan offensive coordinator Mike DeBord is no longer unemployed. After not being rehired by Rich Rodriguez (there were rumors that he was offered to stay at U-M in a lower capacity), DeBord has moved on to the NFL, where he will be working for the Seattle Seahawks.
Former Michigan offensive coordinator Mike DeBord accepted a job on the staff of the Seattle Seahawks, a team spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
The spokesman said the exact job title is not yet determined. DeBord has extensive experience with the offensive line and tight ends.
I wish DeBord good luck in the NFL. Although I hated his play-calling as Michigan’s offensive coordinator the last two seasons, it’s good to see him get back to work somewhere (far, far away from the Michigan offense).
- Former Michigan linebackers coach Steve Szabo is now employed by Cornell.
- Lloyd Carr was honored last night for being named the 2007 Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year.
UPDATE: John Heuser also wrote an article on the event.
- MLive has the audio from John Beilein’s portion of the this week’s Big Ten Teleconference.