For 20 days, Michigan has been without a football coach and all signs point the school waiting for Jim Harbaugh. Michigan insiders are ‘all in’ on the former Wolverine quarterback, feeling he’s the one coach who could unify the fan base and fix the Ohio State inferiority complex.
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]ormer Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will become offensive coordinator at LSU, according to multiple reports.
Final details of deal are being ironed out and an official announcement is expected next week.
Cameron will replace Greg Studrawa, who would apparently remain with LSU as offensive line coach. Studrawa took over as play caller for the Tigers after Steve Kragthorpe stepped down as coordinator before the 2011 season due to a battle with Parkinson’s disease. Kragthorpe will stay on at LSU in an athletic department administrative position, a source said.
A longtime friend of Les Miles, Cameron worked with Miles at Michigan where they coached under the late Bo Schembechler.
Cameron was fired by Ravens coach John Harbaugh after a Week 14 loss to the Washington Redskins.
Harbaugh and Cameron have apparently remained on good terms, sending each other text messages throughout the Ravens’ playoff run, and Harbaugh said that Cameron will still receive a Super Bowl ring.