Another season (almost) gone in college football, another offensive coordinator (almost) gone for the Alabama Crimson Tide. 


This is nothing new for head coach Nick Saban; his famed football school has made a habit out of elevating their OCs and watching them leave for more desirable positions. But this time, Saban was ready for the move and has a man in place for next season.


That would be Dan Enos, the current associate head coach and quarterbacks coach.

Enos joined the Tide this season after spending the previous three years at Arkansas as their offensive coordinator. Before that, he served as the head coach of Central Michigan for five seasons, going 26-36. 


Bama's OC job opened up once again after this season's play-caller, Mike Locksley, was announced as the Maryland head coach for 2019. 


Brian Daboll preceded Locksley, but left to become the OC of the Buffalo Bills last season. Before him, Lane Kiffin also held the position before leaving to become the head coach of Florida Atlantic.

So, ​Saban is used to this kind of change and it hasn't seemed to have affected him or the team in recent seasons. Such is the greatness of the head coach.


Enos will take over one of the best offenses in the nation next season, but that certainly doesn't mean that Alabama will be any less dominant in 2019.