There had to be some kind of attrition with the Michigan football coaching staff considering the Wolverines added Chris Partridge back to the mix last week.
And while there were a few who could have potentially departed, it long seemed as if there was but one odd man out,
especially given Partridge’s role last time he coached in Ann Arbor.
According to The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman, Michigan football and two-year linebackers coach George Helow —
who came to Ann Arbor via Maryland and Colorado State before that — have mutually agreed to part ways,
thus likely paving the way for Partridge to return to his previous role as linebackers coach.
Michigan and Wolverines LB coach George Helow have mutually agreed to part ways to pursue other opportunities
. Helow who arrived in 2021, helped UM rank in the Top 15 in yards per play both YRs ,
and developed Junior Colson into Freshman All-American and an All-Big Ten LB.