Carr Announces Changes on U-M Football Coaching Staff
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr announced today (Thursday, Feb. 7) two coaching staff changes effective immediately.


Carr announced that offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Stan Parrish has resigned for personal reasons. Parrish was the team's quarterbacks coach since the 1996 season and held the title of offensive coordinator the past two seasons (2000-01).

Carr has hired Bill Sheridan to replace Bobby Morrison, who took an indefinitely leave of absence from the coaching staff. Sheridan, a former Michigan graduate assistant, comes to Ann Arbor after spending last season at Notre Dame. Sheridan is a graduate of Detroit De La Salle High School and Grand Valley State University. He has coached in the college ranks at Maine, Cincinnati, Army and Michigan State. Sheridan will begin his appointment effective March 1.

Morrison Takes Leave of Absence from U-M Football (2/6/02)

Contact: David Ablauf, Jim Schneider (734) 763-4423

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