Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 16, 2013 Preview

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Fergodsakes.com previews the NFL football games each weekend involving a University of Michigan football coaching connection. On the coaching staffs of various NFL teams are former Michigan players and assistant coaches. Their schedules this weekend are below.

For Fergodsakes.com’s Michigan Coaching Trees, click here.

Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans.
The Saints, 10-4, are at Carolina, 1:00pm ET, FOX.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills.
Buffalo, 5-9, hosts Miami, 1:00pm ET, CBS.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 4-10, is at St. Louis, 1:00pm ET, FOX.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville.
The Jaguars, 4-10, host Tennessee, 1:00pm ET, CBS.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals, 9-5, visit Seattle, 4:05pm ET, FOX

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
New York, 5-9, visits Detroit, 4:05pm ET, FOX.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 8-6, host New England, 4:25pm ET, CBS.

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach
Green Bay, 7-6-1, hosts Pittsburgh, 4:25pm ET, CBS.

Monday December 23

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco, 10-4, hosts St. Louis in the final game in Candlestick Park, 8:30pm ET, ESPN.

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 15, 2013 Preview

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Fergodsakes.com previews the NFL football games each weekend involving a University of Michigan football coaching connection. On the coaching staffs of various NFL teams are former Michigan players and assistant coaches. Their schedules this weekend are below.

For Fergodsakes.com’s Michigan Coaching Trees, click here.

Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Wolverines Coaching Against Each Other

San Francisco (9-4) at Tampa Bay (4-9), 1:00pm ET, FOX
Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
Harbaugh and Sheridan of course did not cross paths in Ann Arbor. They are both, however, part of Father-Son Coach-Player duos in Michigan football history. Jack Harbaugh, Jim’s father, was a defensive assistant coach under Bo, a few years before his quarterback son would play at Michigan. Bill Sheridan was a defensive assistant coach under Lloyd Carr a few years before his quarterback son, Nick, would play at Michigan.

Buffalo (4-9) at Jacksonville (4-9), 1:00pm ET, CBS
Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville.
Mallory did not cross paths with either Wheatley or Anderson in Ann Arbor.

Other Games with Wolverines in Coaching Ranks

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
New York, 5-8, hosts Seattle, 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans.
The Saints, 10-3, are at St. Louis, 4:25pm ET, FOX.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals, 8-5, visit Tennessee, 4:25pm ET, FOX

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach
Green Bay, 6-6-1, visits Dallas, 4:25pm ET, FOX.

Monday December 16

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 7-6, visit Detroit, 8:30pm ET, ESPN

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; A Look Back at Week 13, 2013

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Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans
The Saints, 9-3, lost to Seattle 34-7. The Saints are 3rd in the NFL in passing yards per game (303); and 7th in the NFL in points per game (26).

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers, 8-4, defeated St. Louis 23-13. The 49ers have rushed for 131 yards per game, 7th in the NFL. They have given up 16 points per game, 3rd in the league.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals are 7-5 after a 24-21 loss to Philadelphia. Goodwin’s offense is averaging 23 points per game, 18th in the NFL.

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach.
Green Bay, 5-6-1, lost to Detroit 40-10. The Packers (and Trgovac’s defensive line) are allowing 126 rushing yards per game, 26th in the NFL.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
Baltimore is 6-6 after a 22-20 win over Pittsburgh. Austin’s secondary is part of a defense giving up an average of 20 points per game, 7th in the NFL. Moeller’s offensive line has contributed to the Ravens rushing for only 81 yards per game, 30th in the NFL.

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
The Giants are 5-7 after defeating Washington 24-17. New York is 26th in the league in rushing yards per game (88), and have given up the 25 points per game, 20th in NFL.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
The Bills, 4-8, lost to Atlanta 34-31. Wheatley’s running backs are 4th in the league in rushing yards, averaging 139 yards per game.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 3-9, fell to Carolina 27-6. Sheridan’s defense has allowed 24 points per game, 17th in the NFL.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville
The Jaguars, 3-9, defeated Cleveland 32-28. Jacksonville is 4th in average kickoff return (25.8 yards per return).

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 13, 2013 Preview

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Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Thursday November 28

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach
Green Bay, 5-5-1, visits Detroit, 12:30pm ET FOX.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 5-6, host Pittsburgh, 8:30pm ET on NBC.

Sunday December 1

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 3-8, travels to Carolina, 1:00pm ET FOX.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, 2-9, is at Cleveland, 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals, 7-4, visit Philadelphia, 1:00pm ET FOX

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco, 7-4, hosts St. Louis, 4:05pm ET, 1:05pm PT, FOX.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
Buffalo, 4-7, hosts Atlanta, 4:05pm ET on FOX

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
New York, 4-7, visits Washington, 8:30pm ET on NBC.

Monday December 2

Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans.
The Saints, 9-2, are at Seattle, 8:30pm ET on ESPN.

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; A Look Back at Week 12, 2013

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Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans
The Saints, 9-2, defeated Atlanta 17-13. The Saints are 2nd in the NFL in passing yards per game (317); and 3rd in the NFL in points per game (28) ad total yards per game (415).

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers, 7-4, defeated Washington 27-6 in the Monday night game. The 49ers have rushed for 135 yards per game, 6th in the NFL. They have given up 17 points per game, 4th in the league.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals are 7-4 after a 40-11 win over Indianapolis. Goodwin’s offense is averaging 23 points per game, 19th in the NFL.

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach.
Green Bay, 5-5-1, tied with Minnesota 26-26. The Packers (and Trgovac’s defensive line) are allowing 116 rushing yards per game, 19th in the NFL.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
Baltimore is 5-6 after a 19-3 win over the New York Jets. Austin’s secondary is part of a defense giving up an average of 20 points per game, 7th in the NFL. Moeller’s offensive line has contributed to the Ravens rushing for only 82 yards per game, 27th in the NFL.

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
The Giants are 4-7 after losing to Dallas 24-21. New York is 25th in the league in rushing yards per game (88), and have given up the 26 points per game, 24th in NFL.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
The Bills, 4-7, had a bye week. Wheatley’s running backs are 7th in the league in rushing yards, averaging 134 yards per game.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 3-8, defeated Detroit 24-21. Sheridan’s defense has allowed 24 points per game, 14th in the NFL.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville
The Jaguars, 2-9, defeated Houston 13-6. Jacksonville is 4th in average kickoff return (25.7 yards per return); and 8th in net punting (42.5 yards per punt).

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 12, 2013 Preview

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Fergodsakes.com previews the NFL football games each weekend involving a University of Michigan football coaching connection. On the coaching staffs of various NFL teams are former Michigan players and assistant coaches. Their schedules this weekend are below.

For Fergodsakes.com’s Michigan Coaching Trees, click here.

Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Games with Wolverines on Coaching Staff

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach
Green Bay, 5-5, hosts Minnesota, 1:00pm ET, FOX.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 4-6, host the New York Jets, 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 2-8, travels to Detroit, 1:00pm ET FOX.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, 1-9, is at Houston, 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals, 6-4, host Indianapolis, 4:05pm ET on CBS. Goodwin and Head Coach Bruce Arians were with the Colts last season.

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
New York, 4-6, hosts Dallas, 4:25pm ET, FOX.

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco, 6-4, visits Washington in the Monday night game, 8:30pm ET, ESPN.

Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans.
The Saints moved to 9-2 with a 17-13 Thursday night win over Atlanta.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
Buffalo, 4-7, has a bye this week.

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; A Look Back at Week 11

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Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans
The Saints, 8-2, defeated San Francisco 23-20. The Saints are 2nd in the NFL in points per game (29), total yards per game (419), and passing yards per game (322).

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers, 6-4, lost to New Orleans 23-20. The 49ers have rushed for 141 yards per game, 5th in the NFL. They have given up 18 points per game, 4th in the league.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals are 6-4 after a 27-14 win over Jacksonville. Goodwin’s offense is averaging 21 points per game, 23rd in the NFL.

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach.
Green Bay, 5-5, lost to the New York Giants 27-13. The Packers (and Trgovac’s defensive line) are allowing 104 rushing yards per game, 12th in the NFL.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
Baltimore is 4-6 after a 23-20 loss to Chicago in overtime. Austin’s secondary is part of a defense giving up an average of 21 points per game, 8th in the NFL. Moeller’s offensive line has contributed to the Ravens rushing for only 83 yards per game, 27th in the NFL.

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
The Giants are 4-6 after beating Green Bay 27-13. New York is 29th in the league in rushing yards per game (77), and have given up the 26 points per game, 24th in NFL.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
The Bills are 4-7 after a 37-14 win over the New York Jets. Wheatley’s running backs are 7th in the league in rushing yards, averaging 134 yards per game.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 2-8, defeated Atlanta 41-28. Sheridan’s defense has allowed 24 points per game, 16th in the NFL.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville
The Jaguars, 1-9, lost to Arizona 27-14. Jacksonville is 5th in average kickoff return (25.6 yards per return); and 7th in net punting (42.8 yards per punt).

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 11 2013 Preview

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Fergodsakes.com previews the NFL football games each weekend involving a University of Michigan football coaching connection. On the coaching staffs of various NFL teams are former Michigan players and assistant coaches. Their schedules this weekend are below.

For Fergodsakes.com’s Michigan Coaching Trees, click here.

Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Games with Former Wolverines Coaching Against Each Other

Arizona (5-4) at Jacksonville (1-8), 1:00pm ET FOX
Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville.
Goodwin and Mallory never crossed paths in Ann Arbor.

Green Bay (5-4) at New York Giants (3-6), 4:25pm ET FOX
Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach
Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
Trgovac, Ingram, and Herrmann were teammates on the squad which earned Bo’s first Rose Bowl victory, a 23-6 win over Washington on January 1, 1981.

San Francisco (6-3) at New Orleans (7-2), 4:25pm ET FOX
Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans.
What would Harbaugh’s career at Michigan have been like with Malone as his Offensive Coordinator?

Other Games with Wolverines on Coaching Staff

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 4-5, visit Chicago 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
Buffalo, 3-7, hosts the New York Jets, 1:00pm ET, CBS.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 1-8, hosts Atlanta, 1:00pm ET FOX.

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 10, 2013 Preview

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Fergodsakes.com previews the NFL football games each weekend involving a University of Michigan football coaching connection. On the coaching staffs of various NFL teams are former Michigan players and assistant coaches. Their schedules this weekend are below.

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Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
Buffalo, 3-6, visits Pittsburgh, 1:00pm ET, CBS.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 3-5, hosts Cincinnati 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach. Green Bay, 5-3, hosts Philadelphia, 1:00pm ET on FOX.

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
The Giants, 2-6, host the Oakland Raiders, 1:00pm ET, CBS.

Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville. The Jaguars, 0-8, visit Tennessee 1:00pm ET on CBS.

Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco, 6-2, hosts Carolina 4:05pm ET, 1:05pm PT, FOX.

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals, 4-4, host Houston, 4:25pm, 2:25pm MST, on CBS.

Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans. The Saints, 6-2, host Dallas in the Sunday night game, 8:30pm ET, NBC.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 0-8, hosts Miami in the Monday night game, 8:30pm ET on ESPN. There is no joy when you are winless halfway through the NFL season.

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Wolverines Coaching in NFL; Week 8 2013 Preview

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Fergodsakes.com previews the NFL football games each weekend involving a University of Michigan football coaching connection. On the coaching staffs of various NFL teams are former Michigan players and assistant coaches. Their schedules this weekend are below.

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Games listed in chronological order within category. All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Former Wolverines Coaching Against Each Other

San Francisco (5-2) vs Jacksonville (0-7), Wembley Stadium, London, 1:00pm ET FOX
Jim Harbaugh (quarterback 1982-86): Senior with Team 107. Now Head Coach of San Francisco 49ers.
Mike Mallory (linebacker 1981-85): Senior with Team 106. Now Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville
Teammates for four seasons (1982-85), Harbaugh and Mike Mallory will meet up in London. Together with the maize and blue, they won one Big Ten Championship and were 2-2 against the Buckeyes. Denard Robinson, of course, is with the Jaguars. He and Harbaugh were starting quarterbacks for Michigan – 25 years apart.

Buffalo (3-4) at New Orleans (5-1), 1:00pm ET, CBS
Tyrone Wheatley (running back 1991-94): Senior with Team 115. Now Running Backs Coach, Buffalo Bills; and
Kurt Anderson (offensive lineman 1997-2001): Senior with Team 122. Now Offensive Quality Control Coach, Buffalo Bills
Terry Malone (Offensive Line Coach 1997-2001; Offensive Coordinator 2002-2005): now Tight Ends Coach, New Orleans
Anderson reunites with his collegiate offensive line coach, Malone, in this Battle in New Orleans.

Other Games With Former Wolverines Coaching

Jim Herrmann (linebacker 1979-82; coach 1988-2005, including Def Coord 1997-2005): now Linebackers Coach, New York Giants; and
Jerald Ingram (running back 1979-83): Senior with Team 104. Now Running Backs Coach, New York Giants
The Giants, 1-6, visit Philadelphia, 1:00pm ET, FOX

Harold Goodwin (offensive lineman 1992-94): now Offensive Coordinator, Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals, 3-4, host Atlanta, 4:25pm ET FOX.

Mike Trgovac (defensive lineman 1977-80): Senior with Team 101. Now Green Bay Packers Defensive Line Coach. Green Bay, 4-2, is at Minnesota in the Sunday night game, 8:30pm on NBC.

Bill Sheridan (OLB Coach 2002; D Line Coach 2003-04): now Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Coordinator.
Tampa Bay, 0-7, lost the Thursday night game to Carolina, 31-13.

Teryl Austin (DB Coach 1999-2002); and
Andy Moeller (linebacker 1982-86; Offensive Line Coach 2000-07):
Now with the Baltimore Ravens, Austin as the Secondary Coach; Moeller as the Offensive Line Coach.
The Ravens, 3-4, have a bye week.

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