Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh appears to be making some changes to his staff.
According to a report from Sporting News, Wolverines strength and conditioning coach Kevin Tolbert, who has been with the program for the past three seasons, will not be returning in 2018.
It marks the end of a working relationship that has spanned nearly a decade.
Tolbert has been with Harbaugh since the 2009-10 seasons at Stanford. He then followed the Michigan head coach to the San Francisco 49ers from 2011-14, before returning to Ann Arbor.
There is no immediate word on who could replace Tolbert as the strength and conditioning.
Michigan wraps up its 2017 campaign on Jan. 1 against the South Carolina Gamecocks in the Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
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