Maryland is making a change at offensive coordinator, according to a report tonight.
Pete Thamel tweets that Scottie Montgomery will not return next season.
Montgomery was a part of Mike Locksley first staff when hired in 2019 after serving as the head coach at ECU for three seasons. With the Pirates, Montgomery went 3-9, 3-9 and then 3-8 before being let go.
Prior to that, he served as the offensive coordinator at Duke under David Cutcliffe and also has prior experience in the NFL as the Steelers wide receivers coach for a season.
Thamel goes on to add that Cincinnati running backs coach Dan Enos has emerged as the leading contender to be Maryland's next offensive coordinator. Enos spent the 2019 season as the offensive coordinator at Miami before being let go at the end of that season.
He and Locksley previously worked together on the offensive staff at Alabama under Nick Saban in 2018. Enos has also served as the offensive play caller at Arkansas under Bret Bielema (2015-17) and just before that was the head coach at Central Michigan, where he went 26-36 from 2010-14.
In addition to that, Matt Zenitz shares that the Terps and offensive line coach John Reagen are expected to part ways as well. Zenitz adds that Brian Braswell is expected to come on board as the team's new offensive line coach.
Braswell most recently served as the offensive line coach for the St. Louis Battlehawks of the XFL, and also has prior NFL experience with the Browns and Bengals.
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