Former Florida head coach Jim McElwain has joined Michigan's staff as an offensive assistant. McElwain will coach wide receivers and will help develop weekly game plans.



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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Les got him that job
Reply7 months
Wow, someone in the photoshop department worked overtime on those teeth.
Reply7 months
Hes going to be disappointed when he finds out there are no sharks in Lake Michigan. "Whats a boy to hump around these parts?"
Reply7 months
His teeth are no longer yellow? They look Great White.
Reply7 months
Any sharks up in Michigan? Or is he gonna have to settle for bass?
Reply7 months
Did buttertoof get his teef fixed?
Reply7 months
Frick Mcelwain
Reply7 months
He got exactly what he deserves.......
Reply7 months
He's one ugly mofo
Reply7 months
How would you like having to move from Central Florida to Michigan? That would suck, I actually feel bad for him.
Reply7 months
lol, they made his teeth white in that pic
Reply7 months
km
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His yellow teeth matches Michigan's colors.
Reply7 months
Hope there are no sharks floating around in lake Michigan
Reply7 months
Damn! Is that snow in the photo? Might as well get used to it up there butter teeth! Snow blows a big one!
Reply7 months
Sieg heil!
Reply7 months
I have no idea why anyone would work if you were worth 20+ million.
Reply7 months
got to do something. It would get boring just sitting around for years. Besides, he's only 55 and has at least a decade or more of prime years left. And coaches like to coach. Lastly, I seriously doubt he's worth anywhere close to $20m. Maybe he's grossed that amount over his career, but taxes, agent commissions, prior CSU buyout, etc. take a huge chuck of his salary each year.
7 months
So...10 million?
7 months
He's grossed that at Florida... He's probably closer than you think. The school pays his buyout too....
7 months
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