Nick Sheridan, the former Saline High School football quarterback who served as a backup QB at Michigan, has been promoted to offensive coordinator at Indiana University.
Sheridan was most recently tie tight ends coach at Indiana. He'd previously served as quarterbacks coach. Sheridan has been at Indiana since 2017, since leaving Central Michigan University.
At Saline High School, Sheridan was a captain of the football and baseball teams. At Michigan, in 2009, against Delaware State, he completed seven of nine passes for 88 yards. In all, he played 12 games for the Wolverines.
According to the Indy Star, Sheridan was seen as "something of a rising star in the business" when he arrived at Indiana in 2017.
His father, Bill, coached linebackers and the defensive line at Michigan from 2002-04. He was defensive coordinator for the New York Giants in 2009 and the Tampa Bay Bucaneers in 2012-13. He was linebackers coach for the Detroit Lions from 2014-17 and is currently defensive coordinator for Boston College.