Report: UM hires ex-Vikings QB coach Scott Turner

Angelique S. Chengelis
The Detroit News

Michigan has hired Scott Turner, who spent the last three seasons as the Vikings quarterbacks coach, as an offensive analyst, according to a report Monday by Albert Breer of the MMQB.com

Scott Turner

Turner, the son of former NFL coach Norv Turner, spent the last six seasons coaching in the NFL.

His first NFL spot was in 2011 as offensive quality control coach for the Carolina Panthers, which he held for two seasons. Before that he coached three seasons at the University of Pittsburgh as an offensive assistant the first two years and receivers coach his last season.

After one season as a graduate assistant at Oregon State in 2005, Turner spent the next two seasons coaching high school in Lorton, Va.

Turner played quarterback at UNLV, from which he graduated in 2006.

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