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, Kings​​bury 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.

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.