Bill Sheridan has strong ties to Michigan. Growing up in Detroit, Sheridan attended De La Salle Collegiate High and became a Graduate Assistant coach at Michigan in 1985. After holding several other positions, Sheridan returned to Michigan in 2002 to coach the linebackers for one year before making the switch to defensive line coach, a position he held until 2004. Sheridan then left for the NFL, but it wasn't long before Bill was watching his son Nick quarterback the 2008 Michigan football team after graduating from Saline High, which is located just outside of Ann Arbor. (We'll always have the Minnesota game, Nick.)
Bill Sheridan was recently hired to coach the defensive backs at Ohio State.
I hope you will join me in wishing him nothing but success off the field and nothing but failure on it.