Running backs coach Mike Hart will be leaving Indiana staff for the same job in Michigan.
Hart, who was also promoted to associate head coach in 2020, spent four seasons at IU as a running backs coach, replacing Deland McCullough, who moved from USC to Kansas City boss.
It’s a throwback to Hart’s alma mater. He was a two-time Doak Walker Award finalist and finished fifth in the 2006 Heisman Trophy by voting for Michigan. Hart set the Wolverines’ first-year running record with 1,455 yards, which was the second-best rookie rusher result in Big Ten history.
He was a sixth round pick for the Indianapolis Colts in 2008.
“Michigan has always held a special place in my heart,” Hart said in a statement. “It’s a place that has always believed in me and a place that I have always believed in. I am excited to join Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan team, and look forward to working with a talented group of running backs.
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