Family members working on coaching staffs across Power Five

College football staffs where family members work in coaching or support positions, according to a review of rosters by The Associated Press:

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Louisville — Mark Speir, chief of staff; son Zeb Speir, quality control.

BIG TEN

Indiana — Tom Allen, head coach; son Thomas Allen, graduate assistant; Jeff McInerney, defensive quality control; son Ryan McInerney, special teams quality control.

Iowa — Kirk Ferentz, head coach; son Brian Ferentz, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach; Phil Parker, defensive coordinator; son Tyler Parker, football analyst.

Michigan — Jim Harbaugh, head coach; son Jay Harbaugh, special teams coach/safeties coach; Jesse Minter, defensive coordinator; father Rick Minter, defensive analyst.

Michigan State — Ross Els, special teams coordinator; son Bo Els, graduate assistant.

Nebraska — Sean Beckton, tight ends coach; son Sean Beckton Jr., football performance intern; Mark Whipple, offensive coordinator; son Austin Whipple, offensive quality control.

Purdue — Jeff Brohm, head coach; brother Brian Brohm, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach; brother Greg Brohm, director football administration and operations, chief of staff.

Rutgers – Greg Schiano, head coach; son Joe Schiano, graduate assistant.

Wisconsin – Paul Chryst, head coach; nephew Keller Chryst, graduate assistant.

BIG 12

Baylor – Shawn Bell, quarterbacks coach; brother Brian Bell, quality control.

Iowa State — Jon Heacock, defensive coordinator; son Jace Heacock, graduate assistant.

Kansas State – Chris Klieman, head coach; son Deven Klieman, graduate assistant.

PAC-12

Utah —Kyle Whittingham, head coach; brother Freddie Whittingham, tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator; Vince Conti, defensive analyst; brother Dom Conti, special teams analyst.

Arizona State – Marvin Lewis, special adviser to head coach; son Marcus Lewis, analyst.

Colorado — Karl Dorrell, head coach; son Chandler Dorrell, director of player personnel.

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Georgia — Will Muschamp, defensive coordinator; nephew Robert Muschamp, quality control.

Kentucky — Mark Stoops, head coach; brother Mike Stoops, inside linebackers coach.

Tennessee — Billy High, director of internal and advance scouting; brother Charlie High, offensive scouting director.

Mississippi — Lane Kiffin, head coach; father Monte Kiffin, defensive analyst.

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