Bearcats assistant Dan Enos leaves UC to become Maryland's offensive coordinator

Dave Clark
Cincinnati Enquirer

University of Cincinnati Bearcats associate head coach and running backs coach Dan Enos was announced Monday as the University of Maryland Terrapins' new offensive coordinator.

Enos spent this past season with the Bearcats after one season as the University of Miami Hurricanes' offensive coordinator. He also spent two seasons in 2004 and 2005 as UC's quarterbacks coach under then-head coach Mark Dantonio.

Dan Enos, associate head coach and running backs coach, watches drills as the University of Cincinnati football team started 2020 training camp Wednesday, Aug. 5, at Higher Ground Conference and Retreat Center.

Before his season at Miami, Enos was an assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach at Alabama for one season, where he coached quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in 2018. Maryland's quarterback this past season, Taulia Tagovailoa, is Tua's younger brother.

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish announced last week that they hired defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Marcus Freeman, who spent the past four seasons at UC.

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