Michigan is parting ways with offensive coordinator Tim Drevno, according to a report from ESPN.
Drevno, who is a longtime assistant of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, was the Wolverines’ offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the past three seasons and the departure is reportedly mutual.
The Wolverines finished 91st nationally in points per game last season which has motivated a number of changes to the offensive staff. Former Florida head coach Jim McElwain officially took over as the wide receivers coach earlier this week.
Offensive line assistant coach Greg Frey departed for a gig with Florida State and Dan Enos took an associate head-coaching position at Alabama a few weeks after joining Michigan to coach the wide receivers.
Ed Warinner, who was hired by Michigan in January to a non-coaching analyst position, is expected to take over for Drevno, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press.