Former Michigan QB Sheridan Joins Vols Staff
Created on Feb. 25, 2014 9:39 AM EST
You may remember Nick Sheridan as the quarterback Rich Rodriguez had at Michigan before Dennard Robinson.
Sheridan has found himself in the coaching profession as of late. The former Michigan QB joined the University of South Florida in December 2012 after spending two seasons on Willie Taggart's staff at Western Kentucky.
Sheridan is now on Rocky Top as he takes the place of offensive grad assistant Cody Kempt, who recently accepted the wide receivers job at Montana State.
Sheridan was the quarterbacks coach and passing-game coordinator in 2012 after serving as the team's offensive graduate assistant in 2011. In 2012, Sheridan developed Kawaun Jakes to a 147.8 pass efficiency rating, which was 28th nationally ranked. Jakes passed for 2,289 yards, 21 TDs and completing 64.6% of his passes.
Prior to joining WKU's staff in the spring of 2011, Sheridan coached quarterbacks at his alma mater, Saline High School in Saline, Mich.