Minnesota offensive line coach and run game coordinator Ed Warinner has reportedly accepted a position on Michigan’s coaching staff, sources confirmed to Sports Illustrated’s Bruce Feldman, following an initial report by FootballScoop.com.
Warinner was reported to have interviewed for an offensive analyst position with the Wolverines, replacing Scott Turner, who left for an NFL position, according to 247Sports.
The long-time college assistant joined Minnesota’s staff in 2017 following the hiring of head coach P.J. Fleck after several seasons with Ohio State as an offensive line coach (2012-16), offensive coordinator (2015-16) and tight ends coach (2016).
Warinner also made stops at Notre Dame (2010-11), Kansas (2003-04 and 2007-09), Illinois (2005-06), Air Force (2000-02), Army (1987-1999), Michigan State (1985-86) and Akron (1984) during his lengthy coaching career.