Gary Moeller, former Michigan football and Detroit Lions coach, dies

Former Michigan soccer coach Gary Moeller, who later on served as interim head coach with the Detroit Lions, died on Monday at the age of 81. 

Moeller was a longtime assistant coach below Bo Schembechler and replaced the famous coach in 1990 on Schembechler’s retirement. 

In 5 seasons at Michigan, Moeller was 44-13-3 and gained a few Significant Ten championship and the 1993 Rose Bowl more than Washington. Moeller’s groups concluded in the prime 20 in the national polls each and every of his five seasons. He was the head mentor in 1991, when Desmond Howard received Michigan’s next Heisman Trophy.

Moeller was compelled to resign as head coach in the spring of 1995 after he was arrested  for assaulting a police officer and disorderly conduct at a cafe in Southfield.