Michigan football has added two more sets of eyes for the 2023 season.
The program announced today the addition of two analysts for the offensive staff: Nick Gilbert and Josh Sinagoga.
Gilbert, a former offensive lineman at Division II Tiffin (Ohio), spent last season as a quality control specialist with Colorado last season. He has also spent time as the offensive line coach for Idaho (201) and a quality control analyst at Memphis (2020). His resume also includes time as offensive line coach at Concord (West Virginia) and graduate assistant at Memphis, Louisville and Heidelberg, where his career started as a volunteer assistant in 2012.
Gilbert has experience working with new U-M quarterbacks coach Kirk Campbell, who was the wide receivers and tight ends coach at Tiffin in 2011.
Campbell was an analyst for the Wolverines last season, focusing on the quarterbacks, a role now filled by Sinagoga, who has been an assistant at Youngstown State the last three seasons. The former Warren De La Salle star and Northwood quarterback and captain started his college coaching career at his alma mater in 2014 as a grad assistant. He also has time at Central Michigan, Iowa and Cincinnati.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football add two analysts to offensive staff for 2023 season