June 24, 2024

If Joe Cullen declines the offer to become the defensive coordinator for the Michigan football team, there’s another name you should be aware of. Updates on Steve Clinkscale are also included.

As of this now, not a single defensive assistant is expected to return for Michigan football in 2019. Tuesday marked the official confirmation that Mike Elston will join Jim Harbaugh at the Chargers.

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Another severe setback is losing the defensive line coach. Elston is an excellent talent developer. Plus, he’s a fantastic recruiter. But it’s not his fault that he decided to join the NFL. One has a lot easier work in this employment. You don’t need to worry about NIL or recruit. Simply put, you coach football and earn more money.

Additionally, Jim Harbaugh is difficult to blame. There’s a reason it’s called show business. It is not a show-and-tell. Michigan football owes Harbaugh nothing. Not a single thing. He was brought in to help the Chargers win, and if

Additionally, Jim Harbaugh is difficult to blame. There’s a reason it’s called show business. It is not a show-and-tell. Michigan football owes Harbaugh nothing. Not a single thing. He was brought on to help the Chargers win, and he will undoubtedly lose his job if he fails to do so. Jim is attempting to prevail. You can’t blame him for continuing to do what he did at Michigan.

Even still, some real continuity for Michigan football would be good. Sam Webb of The Michigan Insider says that Steve Clinkscale is probably going to depart as well. The co-DC, Clink, seems to have been looking for play-calling responsibilities, so you can understand him moving on if he doesn’t receive it. Everything is a component of

Sherrone Moore was well aware of the risks involved in employing a third-party DC. The Chiefs’ Joe Cullen seems to be the front-runner. But if Cullen declines, it appears like Wink Martindale—a former defensive end for the Giants and Ravens—might emerge as a strong contender.

The current defensive scheme used by Michigan football was mostly developed by Martindale. When Mike Macdonald and Jesse Minter were both on staff, he oversaw the Baltimore defense. There are some tenuous connections because Martindale also worked for Jack Harbaugh at Western Kentucky.

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