After six seasons as head coach of the Texas Tech Red Raiders, Kliff Kingsbury will be looking for a new job after the university announced that he won't return in 2019.
Even with this news, Kingsbury didn't harbor any negative feelings about his departure in his farewell Twitter post to Texas Tech.
A very classy post from the former Texas Tech quarterback. Kingsbury finished with just a 35-40 overall record as the head coach at his alma mater, which included a 5-7 record this season.
His teams always had prolific offenses, but his defenses left a lot to be desired throughout his tenure.
This is not the end of Kingsbury's coaching career, as he has a great future as an offensive coordinator at both the college and NFL level. He will not have trouble finding a new job.
I'm calling Kliff Kingsbury the second coming of Sean McVay. I wouldn't be shocked if he's an OC in the NFL next season. This guy has one of the best offensive minds I have seen. If Gruden keeps, his job. He should think about bringing in Kingsbury to run the offense.— Mr Nice Guy(ish) (@BigManPauly) November 26, 2018
Any NFL team that is looking for a new offensive coordinator should look into hiring Kingsbury, especially a team with a young quarterback, such as the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets.