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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Former Florida interim coach D.J. Durkin has been hired as Michigan's new defensive coordinator according to ESPN:
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Scout.com was first among several media outlets to report that Durkin would be joining Jim Harbaugh's new staff.

The university has yet to confirm Durkin's hire.

Durkin comes to Michigan after serving a short stint as Florida's interim head coach this bowl season. He led the Gators to a 28-20 win in the Birmingham Bowl on Saturday. He reportedly passed on other job offers in December while waiting to see what would happen at Michigan.
Durkin was apart of Harbaugh staff at Stanford from 2007–2009.
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What are they paying him?
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Best of luck to him, good coach.
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