Jim Harbaugh may be staying put at Michigan, but after a season as good as this one, members of his staff are ready to move up in the world.
Case in point: Michigan offensive analyst Ron Prince, who according to FootballScoop, is going to be hired as head coach of Howard University in FCS.
Source tells FootballScoop Howard University (FCS – DC) plans to hire University of Michigan offensive analyst Ron Prince as head coach.
Sources tell FootballScoop that Prince is adding Michigan defensive analyst Elijah Sandweiss, a former intern with the Lions during training camp, to his staff.
The Howard head coaching job opened up when now-former head coach Mike London accepted an offer as head coach of William & Mary.
Prince has bounced around the NFL and college football ranks for the better part of over 25 years.
Prior to his current stint at Michigan, Prince served as assistant head coach of the Detroit Lions from 2014 to 2017.
His first head coaching job came in 2006, when he was hired at Kansas State, following Bill Snyder’s first retirement.
Prince would go on to have a 17-20 overall record and once bowl appearance as KSU’s head coach, a loss to Rutgers in the 2006 Texas Bowl.