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Source: Michigan giving OC Drevno 5-year deal

Source: Michigan giving OC Drevno 5-year deal

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  • Brett McMurphyCollege football reporter

    • College football reporter for ESPN
    • Nominated for Pulitzer Prize in 2010
    • Graduate of Oklahoma State University

Michigan Wolverines offensive coordinator Tim Drevno has received a new five-year contract worth $5.15 million, a source said Tuesday night.

Drevno’s deal is worth $1 million per year and includes a $150,000 signing bonus, a source said. The deal was earlier reported by Fox Sports.

Drevno has been at Michigan the past two seasons with head coach Jim Harbaugh.

Drevno also was an assistant when Harbaugh held a head-coaching job at the University of San Diego, at Stanford and with the San Francisco 49ers.

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