Dan Enos has been an assistant coach at Michigan for only six weeks, but he is already leaving the Wolverines for another job.
Yahoo Sports reporter Pete Thamel tweeted that Enos is leaving Michigan to become the associate head coach and quarterbacks coach at Alabama.
Enos was hired at Michigan as the wide receivers coach on Dec. 15, and he was set to make $150,000 according to MLive.
There won’t be a buyout for Enos as he changes jobs, so it’s basically like the contract never happened.
Prior to his short stint at Michigan, Enos was the offensive coordinator at Arkansas from 2015-2017. He was the head coach at Central Michigan from 2010-2014, and he’s had stops at Michigan State, Cincinnati and Western Michigan during his coaching career.
Nick Saban is quickly rebuilding his offensive coaching staff after the departure of offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. Mike Locksley was promoted to OC, and Saban hired Josh Gattis away from Penn State as the new receivers coach.