Michigan football HC Sherrone Moore on Ohio State offseason: 'We'll settle that in November'

The new Michigan football head coach addressed the offseason of the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday.
Jan 27, 2024; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines head football coach Sherrone Moore
Jan 27, 2024; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines head football coach Sherrone Moore / Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan football head coach Sherrone Moore was in attendance for the Michigan basketball game on Saturday night against Michigan State.

It ended up as another painful loss for the Wolverines on the basketball court as Michigan basketball blew a six-point lead and dropped the game to Michigan State by 10.

However, one of the best parts of the night was Sherrone Moore joining Gus Johnson on the Fox broadcast. He was also pictured at the game with new defensive coordinator Wink Martindale along with new defensive line coach Gregg Sruggs.

It was good to see those guys in attendance, but it was also good to hear from Sherrone Moore. Johnson, who is the lead broadcaster for Fox College Football, which means he calls every Michigan football and Ohio State game, asked the new head coach about the Buckeyes and their big offseason.

The Buckeyes have landed several former five-star recruits and former Kansas State starting quarterback Will Howard in the transfer portal. The No. 1 QB in the 2024 class Julian Sayin transferred to Ohio State, along with former Alabama safety Caleb Downs and former Ole Miss running back Quinshon Judkins. The Buckeyes also hired Chip Kelly to be their offensive coordinator.

That's all well and good. But Moore didn't seem overly concerned, telling Johnson, "We'll settle that in November."

Michigan football still has plenty of work to do this offseason. They could add a quarterback in the transfer portal but the most important thing for the Wolverines is keeping the players currently on the roster from leaving via the transfer portal.


Keon Sabb left earlier this week but Michigan football still hasn't lost any starters and as long as it stays that way, U-M should avoid a big dropoff in 2024.