ANN ARBOR — Pep Hamilton will join the Michigan coaching staff, according to a report Monday from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Hamilton will have the title of assistant head coach and passing game coordinator, Schefter reported. Hamilton comes to Michigan after one year as the assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach of the Cleveland Browns. Hamilton previously coached under Jim Harbaugh at Stanford as the receivers coach.
The 42-year-old is a veteran NFL assistant, having spent 11 years in the league. Hamilton replaces Jedd Fisch, who left last week to become UCLA’s offensive coordinator.