Roy Manning
Roy Manning

Position:
Cornerbacks Coach

Experience:
3rd Season


03/04/2013

Manning Named Wolverines' Outside Linebackers Coach

Manning Joins Football Staff as Outside Linebackers Coach

08/27/2014

Countdown to Kickoff - Day 3

Cornerbacks coach Roy Manning, who was a four-year letterwinner at Michigan from 2001-04, is interviewed for day three of Countdown to Kickoff.

03/06/2013

Roy Manning Interview

Roy Manning, a four-time Michigan letterwinner (2001-04), discusses his return to U-M as outside linebackers coach on head coach Brady Hoke's staff (March 6, 2013).

Roy Manning, a four-year letterman for the Wolverines from 2001-04, is in his third season as a member of head coach Brady Hoke's staff. Manning, in his first season coaching cornerbacks, was an offensive graduate assistant at U-M in 2011 and returned to coach Michigan's outside linebackers in 2013.

Under Manning's direction, U-M's SAM linebackers Cam Gordon and Jake Ryan combined for 70 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and five sacks in 2013.

Prior to arriving back in Ann Arbor, Manning served as the running backs coach at the University of Cincinnati in 2012.

At Cincinnati, Manning's group led the Big East in rushing in 2012, averaging 201.5 yards per game. Running back George Winn totaled the second-best rushing season in school history with 1,334 rushing yards (102.6 per game) and 13 touchdowns, both conference bests.

Prior to joining the Cincinnati staff, Manning served as offensive graduate assistant at U-M, where he worked with the offensive line and was part of a coaching staff that led the Wolverines to an 11-2 record and a victory in the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl.

Manning's first coaching experience came at Cincinnati in 2010, when he worked as a defensive assistant.

Prior to his appointment in Cincinnati, Manning spent three seasons in the NFL with five different teams. He signed as a free agent with the Green Bay Packers in 2005. He played in 15 games and started two contests as a rookie, tallying 41 tackles and one pass breakup. Manning tied for third on the team with 21 stops on special teams. He also had stints with the Houston Texans, Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals.

Manning played in 37 career games and made 10 starts at linebacker as a fifth-year senior with the Wolverines. He was named the Roger Zatkoff Award winner as the team's top linebacker in 2004 after posting 39 tackles, six tackles for loss and one sack. Manning finished his career with 72 stops, nine TFLs and three sacks.

Manning earned his bachelor's degree in general studies from U-M in 2004. He is a 2000 graduate of Saginaw High School in Saginaw, Mich. Manning lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track and was named the male scholar-athlete of the year at Saginaw.

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Year Team Position
2014-present Michigan Cornerbacks
2013 Michigan Outside Linebackers
2013 Northern Illinois Running Backs
2012 Cincinnati Running Backs
2011 Michigan Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line
2010 Cincinnati Defensive Assistant
ABOUT COACH MANNING

Age / 32
Date of Birth / Dec. 4, 1981
Hometown / Saginaw, Mich.
High School / Saginaw High School
College / Michigan (2004)
College Bowl Experience (3) / Michigan: 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, 2012 Sugar Bowl Cincinnati: 2012 Belk Bowl.
All-Conference Players / 2012: George Winn (All-Big East second team)


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