Michigan OC Josh Gattis leaving school for same role at Miami

February 6, 2022

Miami is hiring Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis to the same role with the Hurricanes program, according to The Athletic‘s Bruce Feldman.

Gattis was named last year’s Broyles Award winner, given annually to college football’s top assistant coach. Michigan ranked among the nation’s top 25 in both scoring (37.7 points per game) and total offense (451.9 total yards per game) last season, a year after ranking in the bottom half of the FBS in each category.

He will be joining a Miami program looking to see similar improvement. Gattis will be a key addition to the staff of coach Mario Cristobal. Cristobal is replacing Manny Diaz, who was fired in early December after three years with the school.