According to a report today, Hurricanes offensive coordinator Dan Enos is not expected to return to the staff following the team's bowl game today, "barring a significant change in plans" Tim Reynolds shares.
Now, after one season as Manny Diaz's offensive play caller in Miami, it looks like Enos will be looking for a new landing spot.
Enos, who was asked about a potential change in offensive philosophy heading into next year as a result of their struggles this past fall, noted last week that "systems don't win championships."
Before joining Diaz's staff, Enos spent one season under Nick Saban at Alabama as assistant head coach / offensive coordinator, a season at Michigan as an offensive assistant, and three seasons at Arkansas as Bret Bielema's offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach. Prior to joining the Razorbacks, Enos was the head coach at Central Michigan for five seasons, where he went 26-36 before leaving for the offensive coordinator job with Bielema.
The 'Canes kick off against Louisiana Tech today at 4pm EST.
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