ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Former Michigan football coach Gary Moeller has died.

The university says he died Monday at the age of 81. No cause was provided.

Moeller coached the Wolverines from 1990-95, succeeding Bo Schembechler. He went 44-13-3 with three Big Ten titles and four bowl victories.

After he resigned, he moved to the NFL and was an assistant for four teams. He was the interim coach of the Detroit Lions in 2000, going 4-3.

FILE – Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz, right, is congratulated by Michigan coach Gray Moeller, left, after Notre Dame defeated Michigan, Sept 11, 1993, in Ann Arbor, Mich. Former Michigan, Illinois and Detroit Lions coach Moeller died Monday, July 11, 2022. He was 81. The University of Michigan announced his death, and no cause was provided. (AP Photo/Duane Burieson, File)

Moeller’s first head coaching job was at Illinois from 1977-79. Moeller was from Lima, Ohio. He played linebacker and was a captain for Woody Hayes at Ohio State.