Josh Gattis leaves Bama to become Michigan OC

(via ESPN) -- Former Alabama co-offensive coordinator Josh Gattis has left Tuscaloosa to become the offensive coordinator at Michigan, the school announced Thursday.

"The offense and passing games under Josh's direction have achieved at a very high level throughout his coaching career," Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said via statement. "Josh will provide leadership to our offense while being a great mentor to our student-athletes and an outstanding addition to our coaching staff."

Gattis, 34, has specialized in coaching wide receivers during his first nine years of coaching at the college level.

Read the full story by Dan Murphy at ESPN.com.

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