3 reasons Sherrone Moore will be a home run for Michigan football

Sherrone Moore has been named as the Michigan football head coach and here's why the Wolverines aren't going anywhere.

Jan 27, 2024; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines head football coach Sherrone Moore
Jan 27, 2024; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines head football coach Sherrone Moore / Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports
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Michigan football players love him

Getting off to a strong start is important and Moore is going to do that. Harbaugh announced his departure on Wednesday and we still haven't heard of a single Michigan football player putting their name into the transfer portal (they have 30 days to do so).

On Saturday, when Moore spoke to Michigan fans at the halftime of the basketball game on Saturday, a bunch of key players such as Mason Graham, Kenneth Grant, Will Johnson, Colston Loveland, Makari Paige, and Kalel Mullings were in attendance. Donovan Edwards was also at his press conference.

There are a few potential first-round picks in that group alone and they don't seem like they'll be entering the transfer portal. Michigan has also been developing depth and it's time for that development to be showcased.

Remember, the ability to develop players just led to a national championship. Moore embodies that and he embodies the smash philosophy that turned the tide against Ohio State.

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For all those reasons, Sherrone Moore will be a home run for Michigan football. I wouldn't expect a second national championship, but I wouldn't expect a big drop off either.