Arkansas fires offensive coordinator Dan Enos
Arkansas fired offensive coordinator Dan Enos on Sunday, one day after the Razorbacks lost to Mississippi State 7-3.
"Arkansas Head Coach Sam Pittman has relieved offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Dan Enos of his duties and he is no longer a member of the Razorbacks' program effective immediately," the Arkansas athletic department said in a statement.
Wide receivers coach Kenny Guiton will take over as the Razorbacks' play-caller for the rest of the season.
Enos lasted less than one season in his second stint on the job after he was hired in January to replace Kendal Briles, who departed Arkansas for the same role at TCU. Enos previously served in the same roles at Arkansas from 2015-17.
Arkansas (2-6, 0-5 Southeastern Conference) has averaged 26.5 points over its eight games. Its losing streak extended to six Saturday, when the offense totaled just 200 yards and went 5-for-17 on third down against Mississippi State.
Guiton, a former Ohio State quarterback, ascends into a play-calling role for the first time.
--Field Level Media
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