Would Michigan or Florida replace their current head coaches with one who owns two Super Bowl championships?
Because there’s one out there who reportedly would be interested in either job if it becomes available.
Mike Shanahan is that coach, according to Wolverine247.
The site reported that Shanahan, who won two Super Bowl titles as head coach of the Denver Broncos, would be interested in returning to college for those positions. Shanahan was fired last season after four years with the Washington Redskins. Prior to Washington, he spent 14 seasons in Denver and won the 1997 and 1998 titles.
Michigan’s Brady Hoke and Florida’s Will Muschamp have both been considered on the hotseat this season. Muschamp may have bought himself some time last week with the Gators’ trouncing of Georgia. Hoke’s Wolverines are 4-5 entering today’s game against Northwestern.
Shanahan was offensive coordinator at Florida from 1980 to 1983. That was his last stay in college before becoming offensive coordinator for the Broncos.
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