Michigan football has brought on Milan Bolden-Morris, who will be the first female graduate assistant football coach in the Big Ten.
According to Michigan, she’s also the first female GA in a Power Five football program.
Bolden-Morris is a former college basketball player, having played for Georgetown last season. She’ll start June 1 and work with quarterbacks.
“I have always believed in providing opportunities for individuals who are passionate about football and Mimi is someone who has shown that drive to become a football coach,” Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said in a statement. ”We had some great conversations and I came away extremely impressed with her desire and ideas for coaching, and for making us better as a team.”
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