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Dan Enos
Title Head coach
College Central Michigan University
Sport American football
Conference Mid-American Conference
Team record 0-0
Place of birth Dearborn, Michigan
Career highlights
Overall 0-0
Playing career
1987-1990 Michigan State
Position Quarterback
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Michigan State (GA)
Lakeland College (OC)
Northern Michigan (OC)
Southern Illinois (QB)
Southwest Missouri State (OC)
Western Michigan (QB)
North Dakota State (OC)
Cincinnati (QB)
Michigan State (QB)
Michigan State (RB)
Central Michigan

Dan Enos (born in Dearborn, Michigan) is the current head coach of the Central Michigan Chippewas football team. Enos previously served as running backs coach for the Michigan State Spartans, where he played quarterback 1987-1990.[1]


Playing career

Enos attended Edsel Ford High School in Dearborn, in Metro Detroit. He played quarterback and earned all-state honors while passing for 46 touchdowns and compiling 5,743 yards of total offense. Enos played four years at Michigan State University (1987-1990), including two as starting quarterback (1989-1990). Under Enos and then coach George Perles Michigan State won the 1989 Aloha Bowl and 1990 John Hancock Bowl and took a share of the 1990 Big Ten championship. As of 2010 Enos has the third-best all-time pass completion percentage in Spartan history (.621) and eighth-best total yards (4,301). In 1991 Enos graduated from Michigan State with a degree in business administration.[2]

Coaching career

After graduation Enos joined Michigan State as a graduate assistant, staying there 1991-1993. While there Enos witnessed Central Michigan's stunning upset of State in 1991: the Chippewas defeated then-ranked Michigan State 20-3.[3]

In 1994 Enos joined the coaching staff at Lakeland College, a Division III school in Wisconsin. As offensive coordinator, Enos helped develop Mark Novara, Lakeland's most successful quarterback. After Novara entered the Lakeland Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008, he credited Enos for his success: "That was Coach Enos' first stint on a coaching staff. He was really young, but really good. We knew he'd be in the Big Ten some day."[4] After two years at Lakeland Enos moved on to Division II Northern Michigan University, where he spent a year as offensive coordinator.[2]


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