Michigan co-offensive coordinator Matt Weiss positioned on go away

The College of Michigan has positioned offensive co-coordinator and quarterbacks coach Matt Weiss on go away, athletic division spokesman Kurt Svoboda confirmed Tuesday evening.

ESPN reported the college’s police division is investigating a report of laptop entry crimes from final month at Schembechler Corridor, the place coach Jim Harbaugh and his workers have places of work and the Wolverines observe.

Weiss mentioned in an announcement to ESPN that he’s totally cooperating with investigators and appears ahead to the matter being resolved.

Weiss and the college police division didn’t instantly reply to messages from The Related Press.

Harbaugh employed Weiss almost two years in the past as quarterbacks coach and promoted him to co-offensive coordinator final season, giving him a share of play-calling duties with Sherrone Moore.

Michigan completed No. 3 within the AP High 25 after profitable the Massive Ten title and dropping in a School Soccer Playoff semifinal for a second straight yr.

On Monday, Harbaugh known as the college’s president to say he’s staying to finish one other spherical of hypothesis that he would return to the NFL.

[Harbaugh to remain at Michigan, school president says]

The 39-year-old Weiss was part of the Baltimore Ravens’ workers, led by Jim Harbaugh’s brother, John, from 2009 to 2020. He additionally was a graduate assistant for 4 years at Stanford, engaged on Jim Harbaugh’s workers for 2 seasons. Weiss, who’s from New Haven, Connecticut, graduated from Vanderbilt in 2005.

Reporting by The Related Press.

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