One day after losing offensive coordinator Kendal Briles, Arkansas filled the vacancy Thursday with a familiar face in Dan Enos.
Enos, 54, was Arkansas’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2015-17. He’s since had stops on the staffs at Alabama, Miami and Cincinnati before serving as the offensive coordinator and QBs coach at Maryland for the past two seasons.
The Terrapins set various program records both years, including quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa breaking all of Maryland’s major single-season and career passing records. In 2022, Maryland ranked fourth in the Big Ten in total offense (401.2 yards per game), third in passing offense (259.8 ypg) and fifth in scoring (28.2 ppg) under Enos.
Briles departed Fayetteville on Wednesday to take the offensive coordinator job at TCU. He had served as Arkansas’ OC and QBs coach since 2020.
Arkansas went 7-6 (3-5 SEC) last season and beat Kansas 55-53 in a triple-overtime Liberty Bowl victory. Dual-threat quarterback KJ Jefferson said he will return in 2023.
–Field Level Media