Josh Gattis has a new school and new job title. The former Alabama Crimson Tide Co-Offensive Coordinator and Receivers coach is landing in Big Blue country at Michigan. Gattis is taking an offensive-coordinator position there.
According to College Football Analyst, Bruce Feldman, Gattis will call the plays for the Wolverines.
The 34-year-old previously coached at Penn State, Vanderbilt and Western Michigan.
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