Booker T. Washington (Miami) coach Tim "Ice" Harris is going back to college.
The University of Miami announced that Harris, who guided the Tornadoes to their second consecutive Class 4A title and the No. 1 spot in the Super 25 rankings last season, will join Al Golden's staff as Assistant Director of Football Operations. Harris will be Miami's primary liaison with high school coaches and help coordinate community service events.
It will be Harris's second stint at Miami. He followed his son Brandon, now a cornerback with the Houston Texans, to Miami and served as an assistant to former Hurricanes head coach Randy Shannon from 2008-10. Harris's youngest son, Treon, was Booker T. Washington's starting quarterback and signed with Florida last month.
Harris, 48, was 99-10 in eight seasons at Booker T. Washington (2003-07, 2011-13). He was named the USA TODAY National Coach of the Year in 2007 after winning his first of three titles.