Instead of throwing out unfounded suspicions, use your same keyboard and do a bit of a search.
You'll find the typical assistant coach travel through a series of programs.
Then....you'll find two separate stints at Michigan...with huge success. Continuous years of 1000 yd receivers and NFL performers.
In between... an uneven tenure at his home state of Iowa where the head coach changed up his assistants to save his own job.
When he returned to Michigan after Iowa, he was "promoted" to more "off field" responsibilities and indicated he missed working directly with the players.
His move to Connecticut was to work with a head coach he worked with at Michigan.
He has survived tragedy in his life as his wife died of a brain aneurism at age 30. He credits his "Michigam family" of helping him get through this challenge.
As far as a "skeleton", you might have to expand your "conspiracy" to AD Rawak, who was at Michigan during his successful stints there, and; obviously, had to sign off on his UD hire.
I, too, am very surprised Coach Roc was able to land such an assistant as "Soup" Campbell.
Looking forward to more surprises to come.
jd of de wrote:I do not believe he was on the current UConn staff; he was on the old UConn staff and unemployed when hired. That's my understanding and may answer some of the questions above.
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