By Nolan Bianchi Special to The Detroit News Published 11:13 AM EST Nov 13, 2018 Ann Arbor — It’s almost a given that the mustachioed mug of defensive coordinator Don Brown will grace the screen of nearly every Michigan football broadcast. The crew’s color analyst might mention defensive line coach Greg Mattison and his exceptional work with the team’s unforgiving pass rush. And then there’s all the talk about former Florida head man Jim McElwain, who has the team’s receiving corps firing on all cylinders. But it’s first-year tight ends coach Sherrone Moore, who head coach Jim Harbaugh on Monday called one of the “rising stars of the profession,” who’s subtly detailing an important spoke in the wheel of Michigan’s rolling offense. Tight ends Zach Gentry, Sean McKeon and Nick Eubanks all have expanded their roles as blockers under Moore — an important duty with a dual-threat quarterback like Shea Patterson under center. “We hit a point early in the season early in the season where we just felt like there was a better understanding of the offense up front,” Gentry said. Moore took the job at Michigan in January after a four-year stint as the tight ends coach at Central Michigan. McKeon said his new… Read full this story
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