Former CMU football head coach Dan Enos in talks to potentially join U-M's staff
Former Central Michigan football head coach Dan Enos, who's currently the offensive coordinator at Arkansas, was also formerly a part of Michigan State and Western Michigan's coaching staffs.
His trip around in-state schools may not be over with.
Enos reportedly spoke with Jim Harbaugh, the current head coach at the University of Michigan, about joining his staff as an offensive coordinator, per FootballScoop.com
He would most likely join current U-M offensive coordinator Tim Drevno and quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton.
Enos was the head coach at CMU from 2010-14 before current head coach John Bonamego took over in 2015 when Enos took a job with the Razorbacks. He had a record of 26-36 over his five seasons with the Chippewas.
During his time with MSU, he was a running backs and quarterbacks coach, the school he played quarterback for in college from 1987-90 as a two-year starter (89-90). With the Broncos, he was a quarterbacks coach from 2000-02.
If he were to join Harbaugh's staff, it would be the second time in Enos' coaching career that he coached for an in-state rival of another school he was previously with (WMU to CMU).
The rest of Enos' coaching background has been with six other teams not mentioned — Northern Illinois, Lakeland College, Southern Illinois, Southwest Missouri State, North Dakota State and Cincinnati.