Michigan football officially has a new coach on its offensive staff.
Afterwards reports Started around the beginning of February, the program officially announced Tuesday that Josh Synagoga has been hired as an offensive analyst. This hire then fills the opening created Kirk Campbell was promoted For the quarterback coach.
Synagoga has spent the past four years at Youngstown State as their quarterbacks coach and co-recruiting coordinator. His coaching career began at Northwood University, where he was a graduate assistant coach before moving on to quality control at Central Michigan. From there, Synagoga joined the Iowa football staff as a graduate assistant coach, helping his offense set a school record for most points scored in a road game in 2018. He later moved to Cincinnati as a quality control coach before arriving at Youngstown State. ,
Synagoga also played quarterback for Northwood University for four years. Campbell is expected to help with the quarterback in his new role in Ann Arbor.
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