Michigan football head coach Jim Harbag promised big changes for the staff and now he has hired Mike Hart.
Jim Harbog has not actually made this offshare yet, but that changed on Wednesday when the Michigan football coach hired former Wolverine great Mike Hart.
Hart, who has been an Associate Head Coach and Running Back Coach in Indiana, was offered the job by Harboff and Jamie Morris, another former Michigan running back and radio host for The Am Zone, who first reported the news Which was accepted by Hart.
Sam Webb of Michigan Insider then stated that he had confirmed hiring Hart with Jim Harbo, so it is a deal and it is a reason for Michigan fans to celebrate.
Hart is clearly one of the most decorated players in history and the school’s all-time leading player, but that’s why Michigan football fans should not go on about the move.
From his time in Eastern Michigan and Syracuse to the last four years he has spent on staff in Indiana, Hart has proven that he can develop backing and is also a very talented recruiter.
According to an official release from the University of Michigan, Hart is coming on as a backing coach. It has not been said whether he will coordinate the offense or work as an associate head coach as he was with Indiana, though his excitement is clear. Here he said:
“Michigan has always held a special place in my heart. It is a place that always believes in me and a place that I have always believed in. I am excited to join Jim Harbo and the Michigan staff, and can’t wait to work with a talented back group. “
Hart’s influence with Michigan.
For starters, Hart should immediately help a running back room that was disappointing last season but is full of talent.
The Wolverines have two top-100 recruits in Zac Charbonnet and Donovan Edwards, who signed with the Wolverines only last month, as well as Blake Coram and Hassan Haskins, who were key Rangers from a year earlier.
Hart has also proved to be a truly talented recruiter and has never been admitted to a school like Michigan, which, under Harboe, is also regularly put together in the top-15 classes.
Hart may not be a co-offensive coordinator, yet he is going to make a positive impact on the program in many ways and you have to give Harboff credit for getting him.