Quality Control Coach Chip Viney Reportedly Interviewed for Michigan Opening

Oklahoma special teams quality control coach Chip Viney interviewed Monday for a full-time position at Michigan, a source told The Oklahoman.

Viney, who spent the last three seasons as a defensive graduate assistant with the Sooners, is considered a rising star in the coaching world. His time as a graduate assistant ran out, so OU coach Bob Stoops promoted Viney to his current position earlier this month.

At the quality control spot, Viney replaced C.J. Ah You, who left to become Vanderbilt’s defensive line coach.

Michigan has a staff opening because safeties coach Greg Jackson has reportedly accepted a job with the Dallas Cowboys. (More at The Oklahoman)

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