Charlotte turns to Michigan’s Poggi as next coach
Charlotte has employed Michigan associate head coach Biff Poggi as its next football coach.Poggi was a long time successful high school coach in Maryland with the Gilman School and St. Frances Academy prior to joining Jim Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan. He invested 19 seasons at Gilman School before taking over
at St. Frances in Baltimore, which became a national power. Poggi sent out star running back Blake Corum and other players to Michigan, which employed him in July 2021. He changes Will Healy, who Charlotte fired last month after a 1-7 start and a 15-24 total record. Poggi is the very first FBS coach worked with in the approaching cycle. “The great momentum created by the leadership of this University and its sports program
gives us every opportunity to build a successful path for numerous boys in our region,”he stated in a declaration. “For me, this is a cycle minute, a possibility to pay forward the terrific opportunities that were provided to me as a boy. We can build a championship program at Charlotte, and I can’t wait to start. “A graduate of Duke, Poggi began his profession as an instructor prior to handling an effective hedge fund. He led Gilman School to 13 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association conference championships.