And you should feel really good now OP. Well done.
PoRster no more?
Once a PoRster always a PoRster! on Another note let's thank Manny Diaz for winning over Alabama's OC! This is HUGE and sends a statement to the college football world! Manny is brilliant and I absolutely love this hire! Think about it for a second, if Jalen Hurts comes he doesn't need to learn a new offense and he can get revenge against Clemson in the ACC game! Im ready to start winning again and I am not looking back let's go CANES! It's great to be a Miami Hurricane! Let's Go!!!!!We have a WINNER!!!!
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With Alabama recently in Miami when Mark Richt "Retired and holding practices at Barry University could it be that Dan Enos is one of the Miami applicants for OC and is currently under the radar due to the upcoming championship game?
If this is the mystery man Manny Diaz has in mind then we are going to drop MAJOR BAG's (Talking 1.25M-1.5M per year.)
I know Dan Enos could, will, or has been promoted to OC but it's still possible that Miami could lure this guy away with Major Bags.
Furthermore, Manny mentioned in his press conference the importance of an ELITE QB here at Miami and I believe this guy can bring one.
After all, this is the guy that is credited for Jalen Hurt's improvement in the passing game and I would include Tua as well.
Theirs also a possibility with bringing him we could very well see Jalen Hurts transfer to us as well.
Overall, this is just pure speculation and a pipe dream but damn wouldn't this be great for our football program.
Below I have included info on Dan Enos for you guys to feast on credit to the Alabama website.
Enos, who served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Arkansas for the past three seasons, arrives in Tuscaloosa after a short stint at the University of Michigan where had been named an offensive assistant coach in January of 2018.
During his three years at Arkansas, Enos oversaw a balanced pro-style offense that produced some of the most impressive seasons in Razorback history. Arkansas was one of two FBS programs with a 3,000-yard passer and 1,300-yard rusher in both 2015 and 2016, featuring a different quarterback and different running back carrying the load in each season. He also had a 3,000-yard passer and 1,000-yard rusher in his final season at Central Michigan in 2014.
Enos tutored both Brandon Allen (2015) and Austin Allen (2016) to 3,000-yard passing seasons, as the brothers became just the third and fourth players in program history to reach that number through the air. Brandon threw for 3,440 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior in 2015, while leading the nation in quarterback efficiency. Austin then led the SEC in 2016 with 3,430 yards and was second in the league in touchdowns with 25. Enos had five offensive players selected in the 2016 NFL Draft, tied for the second-most nationally.
Despite seeing two 1,000-yard rushers move on to the NFL following the 2015 season, Enos also turned another first-time starter in running back Rawleigh Williams III into a First Team All-SEC selection. Williams led the SEC regular-season in rushing while his 1,360 yards on the year were bolstered by seven 100-yard performances.
Prior to his time at Arkansas, Enos spent five seasons as the head coach at Central Michigan (2010-14), leading the Chippewas to two bowl games and bowl eligibility in three of his five seasons at the helm. He posted a 26-36 record at CMU and coached 23 All-Mid-American Conference players while his offenses passed for more than 3,000 yards four times. Central Michigan's win over Western Kentucky in the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl was just the third bowl win in program history.
Ryan Radcliff was Enos' first starting quarterback at Central Michigan and under his tutelage, Radcliff became one of the top quarterbacks in CMU history as he passed for 9,917 yards and 63 touchdowns during his career. Enos also helped develop wide receiver Titus Davis, who finished as the school's career leader in receiving yards (3,705) and touchdowns (37) while also setting the single-season mark for touchdown receptions (13).
Quarterback Cooper Rush started for Enos in his final two seasons at CMU on his way to the NFL and a school-record 12,891 passing yards and 90 touchdowns. Rush accounted for 3,149 yards through the air as a sophomore in 2014 while completing 63.6 percent of his passes with 27 touchdowns. In each of his final two seasons at CMU, Enos helped the Chippewas rank in the top half of the MAC in passing efficiency, third down conversion percentage and time of possession.
Before being hired at Central Michigan, Enos spent four seasons at Michigan State as an assistant coach. He coached quarterbacks in 2006 and running backs from 2007-09. He tutored three NFL running backs in East Lansing – Javon Ringer, Edwin Baker and Jehuu Caulcrick. He was named one of Rivals.com's Top 25 recruiters nationally in 2009. In 2006, he mentored Drew Stanton who threw for 2,252 yards and 17 touchdowns and would go on to be a second-round NFL Draft pick by the Detroit Lions in 2008.
Enos spent two years as quarterbacks coach at Cincinnati (2004-05), helping quarterback Gino Guidugli finish his career as the school's all-time leading passer with 11,453 career yards, including 2,633 passing yards and 26 passing touchdowns in 2004.
He also worked at North Dakota State (OC/QBs, 2003), Western Michigan (QB, 2000-02), Missouri State (OC/QBs, 1999), Southern Illinois (QB/WR, 1997-98), Northern Michigan (OC/Off. Backs, 1996) and Lakeland College (OC/QB/WR, 1994-95). He served as a graduate assistant on Michigan State's staff from 1991 to 1993.
A standout quarterback at Michigan State from 1987-90, Enos started two seasons and earned a 16-7-1 record (.688) as a starter, leading the Spartans to two bowl victories. He still ranks among the best in school history with 3,837 passing yards and 297 completions. His .621 completion percentage ranks fourth-best in Spartan history.
Source: Alabama Website