Ex-Saline and Michigan football quarterback Nick Sheridan named full-time assistant at Western Kentucky
Former Michigan football and Saline High School quarterback Nick Sheridan landed his first full-time college coaching job.
On Friday, Sheridan -- who made four starts at Michigan in 2008 -- was named quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator at Western Kentucky University.
University of Michigan quarterback Nick Sheridan scrambles against Minnesota last season.
He was Rodriguez's opening day starter in 2008, a 25-23 home loss against Utah. He started three more times that season, a 29-6 victory at Minnesota, a 21-14 loss vs. Northwestern and an 42-7 loss at Ohio State.
He served as a backup in 2009 before forgoing his final year of eligibility in 2010 to focus on a future in coaching.
Sheridan served as an offensive graduate assistant at Western Kentucky last season.
Former Michigan assistant coach Jack Harbaugh, the father of ex-Wolverine quarterback Jim Harbaugh, coached Western Kentucky to a Division 1-AA National Championship in 2002.