An ex-Michigan football linebacker has found success as a head coach.

James Ross was a four-year letterwinner and a 21-game starter at linebacker for the University of Michigan Wolverines during his undergraduate career (2012–2015).

Ross spent some time in the NFL playing for the Chargers, but he was never able to master the sport. Yet the former maize and blue linebacker had a hankering to coach college football, so he did just that. During 2018–2020, Jim Harbaugh used Ross as a graduate assistant coach.

Hope College, a Division III team, hired him in 2021 to teach its linebackers. Luke Fickell and the University of Cincinnati recruited Ross to coach the linebackers next year. Once Fickell moved to Wisconsin, Ross was without a job.

According to Football Scoop, Tulane has reportedly hired Ross for the same position. He’s going to join the Green Wave and play for the miraculously revived Willie Fritz. In 2022, Tulane enjoyed a historic season, winning 12 games and defeating USC in the Cotton Bowl after winning only two games the previous year (2021).

Read more :-Isobel Cup Final: Stream Premier Hockey Federation Live on TV Channel, Minnesota Whitecaps vs. Toronto Six

Leave a Comment

“They Ignored Him”: Robert Griffin III Addresses Josh Allen-Stefon Diggs Beef on the Rich Eisen Show ‘The relationship with Oklahoma really isn’t complicated’: Josh Heupel excited for return to Norman ‘Steroids’: Padres’ Fernando Tatis Jr gets complete Yankee Stadium treatment ‘I’ll be back’ – Conor McGregor uses Arnold Schwarzenegger for latest retirement hoax ‘I’m Going to Call it Quits’: Miami Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill Says He Will Retire After Current Contract Expires